Perfect for hanging baskets, rosary vine (Ceropegia linearis woodii) is a trailing succulent with heart-shaped silver and green leaves. It may produce greenish flowers when happy. Rosary vine does best in bright light and can trail to 12 inches.
With its silvery lavender-blue foliage it's easy to see where ghost plant (Graptopetalum paraguayense) gets its common name. This lovely foliage plant is easy to grow and propagate; simply snip off a leaf or the end of a shoot and pot it in barely moist soil. Ghost plant likes a bright spot and the stems can grow a foot or more long.