Hanging String Of Fishhook Succulent
The String of Fishhooks, or if you want to call it by its scientific name, the Curio radicans, is native to the deserts of the Cape Province region of South Africa. With its long, full, washed-out green, hook-shaped leaves, the String of Fishhooks will surely brighten up any space!
Being from a desert/rocky environment, it thrives in low humidity, dry soil, warm temperatures, and bright indirect light and will trail down 3 ft or more indoors. This makes them great to hang from a high ceiling where they will get ample light!
Over time this plant may become leggy, but don’t be alarmed, this is just a natural occurrence in the plant's life cycle. If you want more compact growth, prune back just above where it starts to get leggy and it will promote new, compact growth. This usually happens because of a lack of light so make sure it gets lots of bright indirect light!