Senecio rowleyanus – String of beads

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Senecio rowleyanus String of beads

Planting position: Full sun in areas without severe frost.
Requires thorough watering when needed and perfect drainage.Watch out for mealy bug.
Propagate from cuttings.

The round, light green ball-like leaves of 1cm in diameter is arranged on the metre long stems, thus the common name. These long strings of beads exhibit beautifully when hanging from an adequate height.It also produces small white and scented flowers.

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