If you walk the desert of South West Africa, you'll find the String of Pearls rooting as a succulent groundcover. While they hang beautifully in a basket, they spread like a vine across the desert floor. They grow with minimal watering and will root wherever they touch. The shape of their leaves is an adaptation to their environment and a way to store water. Its minimal leaf surface reduces evaporation and water loss.
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