Peperomia Prostrata is a miniature species whose tiny, bead-like leaves are fleshy and succulent to the touch, emerging along creeping vines. Easily our favorites in the genus, this plant is called String of Turtles due to the beautiful, shell-like patterning on its leaves. Native to the rain forests of Brazil it is exceedingly difficult to find.
Light: Bright, indirect light.
Water: When top 2" is dry.
Tip: Succulent leaves make String of Turtles especially sensitive to soggy soil. Use a loose, well-draining mix. Their leaves are very delicate and can fall off quite easily so make sure to place it in a safe spot where it won't be bumped.
*Each plant will vary slightly from photo.