Pearl by name and pearl by nature - check out its gorgeous round leaves. Its trailing stems can reach almost a meter in length. This succulent vine is native to southwest Africa and part of the Asteraceae family.
Remind you of anyone? We'll forgive you for mistaking this plant for its very similar relative the Senecio Herreianus, which is commonly called String of Beads.
To keep this plant happy, provide it with well-drained soil, bright light, and a little watering once in a while.
How to keep me happy
Light: I like bright, indirect light
Water: Let me dry out between watering
Expert level: I can be a little temperamental, but you've got this!
Sizing: W14cm x H35cm (Fits 16cm pot)
Wellbeing: I can help you to relax and boost your mood
Pet-friendly: Keep me out of reach of furry friends and little people
Botanical name: Senecio Rowleyanus
Jo's Top Tip
Show this plant off in a hanging basket. To find out if it needs a drink, give the pearls a squeeze - if they're soft it means the plant is thirsty, if they're firm it's well-watered