Senecio rowleyanus "String of Pearls"
String of pearls, an epiphytic weirdo/gorgeous succulent that grows long green beads that look like little pearls. They want bright sunlight and to be potted in a well draining soil. At the shop we pot these for customers in our succulent soil mix. We do not recommend watering the SOP until the pearls begin to shrivel. If the pearls appear to be glossy and plump there is no need to water. The soil may be dried out for an extended period of time before the pearls shrivel, and that's okay. We also recommend bottom watering this plant, this is where you place the plant in an inch and a half of water and let it drink there for about an hour. Your best bet is to give this guy lots of sunlight and leave it alone!
Plant shown in a 4" nursery pot.