String of Coins, or Xerosicyos Danguyi, is a unique succulent plant that has nearly perfectly round leaves along long stems, hence it's common name- String of Coins. This succulent plant of the Cucurbitaceae family tends to be a climber, and forms hard, woody caudices with maturity. Native to Madagascar, where it grows mainly hanging from ravines and cliffs, it is an uncommon plant in collections.
These plants prefer direct sun in the mornings and/or afternoons in order to grow, and a very well-draining soil mix, as they are particularly susceptible to root rot from excess moisture. If provided with plenty of light, they do really well in hanging baskets. Water when they are totally dry.
The plants available are in 4.5 inch pots, as pictured.