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You’ll literally go bananas with this stunning succulent. String of Bananas (Senecio radicans) is a hardy succulent plant that tolerates most conditions. It has white flowers that appear at various times of the year, with light green leaves that look just like bananas hanging from the stem. Perfect to flow over a bookshelf, windowsill or even in the office.


String of Bananas is a creeping succulent vine whose leaves resemble bananas. It is native to the drier parts of southwest Africa. Its stems grow along the ground in its natural environment, rooting where they touch and forming dense mats of bananas. Grows best in low light conditions. This is a fast-growing house plant.


The best way to water the string of banana is to give them a lot of water until it runs through the drainage holes at the bottom of the container. allow the soil to dry throughout watering. repeat this process once a week during the growing season. The watering schedule may have to change due to the conditions of each plant. A good rule of thumb is to allow the soil to dry 2 to 3 inches before re-watering. During the winter, allow your plant's soil to completely dry out during the dormant season.


The string of Bananas plant can be harmed if they are exposed to too much sun similar to string of pearls. Don't give them any direct sunlight when it is getting too hot. Bright, indirect light is best source of light and allow them to get at least 6 hours of morning sunlight per day.

String of Bananas

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