If growing outdoors, the String of Dolphins may easily get sunburned when exposed to too much sun. They are not heat-loving succulent so don't give them direct sunlight outdoors when it is getting too hot; place them in a shaded spot where they will get indirect or filtered sunlight all day. However, if growing them as a houseplant, you should place them in a south-facing window where they can get at least 6 hours of morning sunlight per day

“String of Dolphins" Succulent

  • Water: Allow the soil to dry thoroughly between waterings to avoid root rot, and then water well

    Soil: string of dolphins requires arid, well-draining soil.

    Size: 6 inches tall, the string of dolphin strands can reach up to 2 feet long

    Special Notes:

     Cut back on watering during the fall and winter months when the plant goes into dormancy

    String of dolphins grows well in average household temperatures and humidity levels when grown indoors