In its native South Africa, string of pearls grows on shady rocky cliffs. Where hardy, its stems spread out and root on the ground. The spherical leaves enable it to survive on stored water during droughts. There's a narrow little "window" in each sphere to let in more light. Its white flowers in summer have a cinnamon scent.
Succulent pea-size beads on surprisingly tough stems that will cascade to 36" or more. Provide good drainage and water once a month.
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Partial Sun shade