String of Turtles
This succulent is just another excellent addition to hanging container gardens and terrariums. Native rainforests, “String of Turtles” is a small, slow-growing vining plant with tiny, delicate leaves. Leaves can vary from dark green to purple with a breathtaking routine of white veins.
That is an odd African slow-growing succulent. With its curved, thick green leaves with red edges closely piled along the stem, then Crassula rupestris is a true eye-catcher.
String of Frogs
Ficus pumila ‘Quercifolia’ (also known as String of Frogs) is a more miniature variety of the very popular Ficus pumila ‘Creeping Fig’. Unlike the Creeping Fig, this petite climbing vine tends to be a little more slow growing, which is often appreciated due to the fact that Creeping Fig can sometimes spread too fast for some people’s liking.
It’s also well liked for its petite, oakleaf shaped foliage. As most tropical vines, it appreciates a moist substrate and will grow faster in a humid environment. It must be kept damp, or it will tend to dry out. Quercifolia prefers light shade. Source: joshsfrogs.com