This perennial succulent forms creeping mats that root at the nodes.
The spherical leaves are 1/4 in (6 mm) across. White daisy flowers
1/2 in (12 mm) across appear on 1 1/2 in (35 mm) stalks in summer.
Widely grown in hanging baskets with vertically hanging stems of
gray bead leaves, it comes from southwestern Africa.
Cultivation: Reasonably fertile, well-drained soil suits these
frost-tender to fully frost-hardy plants, as well as a sunny
location. Regular tip pruning encourages a bushy habit.
Propagate shrubs from cuttings in summer, annuals from seed in fall
(autumn) and perennials by division in spring.