CARE: Water until the plant is established, usually around 12 weeks. Once established, water when soil is dry. Keep it in a sunny position for at least part of the day.
Beside this, how do you water a string bean succulent?
Also know, do string of beans need sun?
Exposure. This trailing succulent needs as much light as you can give it indoors; a medium to high exposure. If it’s in lower light, it won’t grow much if at all. Just be sure to keep it out of hot, direct sun (especially in the summer months) & make sure it’s not touching any hot glass.
How often should you water string beans?
Beans have shallow roots, so mulch keeps them cool. Water regularly, about 2 inches per square foot per week. If you do not keep beans well watered, they will stop flowering. Water on sunny days so that foliage will not remain soaked, which could encourage disease.
Watering. This plant is sensitive to watering. It should neither lack water nor sit in very moist soil. Wait until the soil is dry to the touch, but not to the point where the stems wilt, then water generously.
Not enough light will cause the plant to lack growth. Watering: Underwatering will cause wilting and overwatering can seriously harm the plant, causing plant rot. Water when the soil has become dry and then water thoroughly.