String of Dolphins succulent - Senecio peregrinus
This adorable succulent looks like a bunch of swimming dolphins that trails over a pot and is easy care. Bright light in as much light as possible in the house for winter. Does best with filtered sun outside in summer. Tender succulent -- meaning it is not frost tolerant although it can withstand 40's for a limited amount of time. Like most succulents, the String of Dolphins can rot if overwatered. Therefore, choosing a well-draining soil like a cactus/succulent mix and plant them in a container that has drainage holes in the bottom.
On top of that, Dolphins thrive well in a little crowded conditions, so make sure to use a container only a bit larger than them.
Unlike some rare succulents that can get super tricking with watering, it is pretty easy to water String of Dolphin. The best way to do this is by giving them a good soak of water until it runs out the pot’s drainage hole, and allowing the soil to dry completely in between waterings. Do this once per week during their growing seasons (which usually happens in Spring to early Fall) and once per month during their dormant period every winter. You can adjust watering schedule to meet each individual plant’s needs based on your specific area conditions.
This listing is for a 5" nursery pot that is well established.
Immediate pick up is available by appt.