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Senecio ficoides Mount Everest

299.00

Senecio ficoides Mount Everest

299.00

Description

The gray-blue wax coating on the cylindrically shaped leaves gives a special allure.

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1 Senecio ficoides Mount Everest – Succulent Plant
2 3 inch (8 cm) Grower Round Plastic Pot (Black)

This succulent is evergreen perennial, grows in Columnar shape, and up to 1 feet in height. Thick, fleshy leaves are smooth and bluish green with a waxy bloom. They are lanceolate to narrowly oblong, sessile and held upright in alternate leaf arrangement.

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Senecio herreianus

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Senecio herreianus

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Description

Senecio herreianus is a succulent plant with trailing stems of oval pointed, bead-like, green leaves with vertical, translucent lines. The flowers are small, white to nearly white, brush-like on long peduncles.

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1 Senecio herreianus – Succulent Plant
2 3 inch (8 cm) Grower Round Plastic Pot (Black)

Senecio herreianus is a succulent plant, similar to the more common Curio rowleyanus, with trailing stems of oval pointed, bead-like, green leaves, up to 0.4 inches (10 cm) with vertical, translucent lines or photosynthetic windows. The flowers are small, white to nearly white, brush-like on long peduncles.

Winter hardy to USDA Zones 9-12. Intolerant of frost. In St. Louis, plants must be brought indoors prior to the first fall frost date for overwintering. This plant is best grown in a dry, sandy, well-drained, cactus-type potting mix in part shade. Allow roots to dry out between waterings.

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Senecio mandraliscae

299.00

Senecio mandraliscae

299.00

Description

Senecio mandraliscae, commonly called blue finger, is a bushy succulent with bluish-green leaves.

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1 Senecio mandraliscae – Succulent Plant
2 3 inch (8 cm) Grower Round Plastic Pot (Black)

Slender-Leaf Senecio is a slender, hairless, much-branched annual herb, usually about 15-45 cm tall. The leaves are stalkless and pinnately cut.This is such a useful succulent. The linear foliage gives the garden a shot of blue all year long. The texture & color combine well with many plants.

Try it with Asclepias curassavica Silky Gold for a blue & yellow garden or combine with lime green Crassula lycopodioides for a cool color scheme. Grows to about 1 inch high & about 3 inch wide. Clip to keep compact. The flowers are inconspicuous, but S. madraliscae makes an excellent foliage plant. It can be grown as a trailing plant in a container.

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Senecio radicans

149.00

Senecio radicans

149.00

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Senecio Radicans Plant

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Senecio radicans Glauca

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Senecio radicans Glauca

149.00

Description

Senecio Radicans Glauca – Plant

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Senecio rowleyanus, String of Pearls

149.00

Description

The string of Pearls succulent is an unusual succulent that is easy to grow indoors with little attention.

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1 Senecio rowleyanus, String of Pearls – Succulent Plant
2 3 inch (8 cm) Grower Round Plastic Pot (Black)

Interesting Fact: This plant is given the name String of Pearls for its pearl-like spherical leaves and the pattern they form. Senecio rowleyanus is a perennial succulent, grown up to 3 feet in height, trailing stems, lined with small spherical green color leaves. Each leaf has a longitudinal translucent stripe.

Flowers are small, white, brush-like on long peduncles.

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Senecio vitalis Blue

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Senecio vitalis Blue

149.00

Description

Senecio Vitalis Blue is a spreading evergreen succulent from South Africa with 3-5 in(7-12cm),blue-green fingers like fleshy leaves and small creamy flowers in summer.

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1 Senecio vitalis Blue – Succulent Plant
2 3 inch (8 cm) Grower Round Plastic Pot (Black)

Tolerates light shade, but the best performance is in full sun. Established plants have good drought tolerance. Performs poorly in heavy clay soils. Wet, poorly-drained soils in winter are usually fatal. If desired, prune plants after bloom to encourage dense foliage growth.