This cutie is also commonly referred to as the "string of coins."
- Thrives with consistent bright, indirect light -while it can tolerate some direct sunlight, protect it from the intense afternoon sun to prevent leaf burn.
- Allow the soil to dry out about 80 percent before watering- to water, thoroughly saturate the soil and ensure that any excess water drains away. During winter, reduce the watering frequency as the plant enters a semi-dormant phase.
- Pruning is unnecessary for plant health; however, with its rigid structure, you will inevitably develop leggy or broken stems. In this situation, you can trim to promote a more compact and bushy appearance. If these stems are not brittle, you can use them to grow new plants!
- This plant can be propagated through stem cuttings. Allow the cuttings to callus for a few days before planting them in well-draining succulent soil. Keep the soil slightly moist until roots develop.