Peperomia prostrata has the common name of 'string of turtles' and it can make the ideal subject for hanging baskets indoors. It also looks good trailing over the edges of a pot positioned on a shelf or windowsill.
The long, rather lanky stems of this house plant will develop roots easily if trailed over compost or placed in a pot.
Keep it in a semi-shaded or bright spot with protection from direct sun.
Water moderately in summer - allowing the compost to get reasonably dry before repeating the process.