Curio rowleyanus

string of beads ( syn. Senecio rowleyanus )

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14cm pot (tall pot) £22.99
available to order from late summer
Quantity 1 Plus Minus
Buy Curio rowleyanus string of beads ( syn. Senecio rowleyanus ): Waterfall effect creating bead-like leaves.

  • Position: bright, indirect light
  • Soil: good potting compost
  • Rate of growth: average
  • Hardiness: tender (indoors only)
  • Current length: approximately 20cm (+ or - 10% including the pot)
  • Pot cover: choose a 16cm pot cover to give a good fit over the pot

    We love this trailing houseplant as it is so easy to grow and the rounded, fleshy, bead-like leaves, which form along the trailing stems, create a really pretty waterfall effect.

    Please note that the pot in the photograph is not supplied with the plant. It will arrive in a high nursery pot, which may be too tall to sit inside a standard pot cover, however the plant can be repotted by removing some compost from the base. Alternatively, simply sit the pot on a saucer.

  • Home care: An easy to care for succulent plant that likes a bright spot. Avoid overwatering, particularly in winter, and maintain temperatures above 10°C in winter.

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V disappointed


I bought two plants - they look nothing like the photo on the website (poor life oking specimen) and the pots they come in are so deep they don't fit any household decorative pots. Don't waste your money :-(

Disappointed customer



I love this plant!


I love this plant. It arrived in excellent condition ..... and I was happy with the size of it and the description you gave of it. Really quick from order to delivery. The only thing I would question was if it needed such a BIG cardboard box?


Romsey, Hampshire


Lovely plant couldn't find it in garden centres


I wanted one of these for a long time, but I have just not seen them in garden centres finally found it Very happy


South East


3.7 3


Hi there, "Bright indirect light". Can you let me know if this means I can place the plant on a bright, but North-facing windowsill? Or does it need bright indirect sunshine? Would this also suit a north-facing bathroom window or would it be too 'steamy' for it? Thanks in advance!


Hello, This like a bright spot, but it is important that it does not get direct sun as it may get scorched. As for the bathroom, these do not need high humidity levels, so would probably be happier in another room apart from the bathroom.


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