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  • Baby Blue Chalksticks

    Senecio serpens

    This popular ornamental groundcover originates from South Africa. A powdery blue low-growing dwarf succulent featuring cylindrical blue-green and often dramatically red-tipped leaves, it is semi-trailing and rapidly grows to form a dense blue mat. This short succulent looks stunning in a mass planting as a ground cover for beds and borders or as a foreground…

  • Baby Chalk Stick

    Senecio citriformis

    Romantically also known as “String of Tears”, this cluster-forming succulent has both trailing and erect stems and is therefore appreciated for its scrambling tendency. However it is equally admired for its pretty, tear-drop shaped leaves, which are waxy and blue-grey-green in colour and feature translucent stripes. Tiny, creamy-yellow flowers will bloom amongst the grey, lemon-shaped…

  • Big Peas

    Senecio perla grande

    A beautiful hanging plant that resembles its smaller cousin Chain of Peas or Chain of Pearls, just much bigger. This unusual plant will hang multiple chain of round green beads. If you would like to thicken the beads even further, just take a long strand and throw it back up into the pot so that…

  • Blue Chalk Stick

    Senecio mandraliscae

    Native to South Africa, this gorgeous low growing spreading succulent is one of the bluest groundcovers you’ll find. With its distinctive blue hue and unusual texture, it’s a great way to add contrast! Fast spreading to form a carpet, Blue ChalkStick is an evergreen perennial, erect or semi trailing shrub that usually stands about 40cm…

  • Candle Stick

    Senecio stapeliiformis

    Common names: Snake Plant, Pickle Plant, Stapelia Stemmed Senecio, Stapelioid Kleinia, Trailing Jade, Spider Plant, Inch Worm, Candle Stick, Candle Plant. Native to South Africa. This is a very cool, attractive succulent with beautifully patterned cylindrical stems having a distinctive pencil-like appearance. The leafless stems are usually dark purplish-green with a pinkish tinge, and feature…

  • Chain of Peas

    Senecio rowleyanus

    Highly suitable as a houseplant, South African native Chain of Peas or String of Pearls is a very common hanging plant whose appearance is usually a conversation starter for its unusual, almost spherical leaves! A tender evergreen perennial in the daisy family, it has grey to green, grape-like leaves along weak pendant stems, and clusters…

  • Chain of Tears

    Senecio herreianus

    A low-growing, creeping dwarf succulent originating in southwest Africa, Chain of Tears is a quirky plant with strange, trailing stems of oval, bead-like leaves, the shape of beads or grapes. In various parts of the world, it is also called Sring of Beads or String of Watermelon. When in bloom, the flowers appear on tall,…

  • Chain of Watermelons

    Senecio herreianus 2

    A low-growing, creeping dwarf succulent originating in southwest Africa, Chain of ?Watermelons, or Chain of Footballs is a quirky plant with strange, trailing stems of oval, bead-like leaves, the shape of beads or grapes. In various parts of the world, it is also called Sring of Beads or String of Watermelon. When in bloom, the…

  • Cocoon Plant

    Senecio haworthii

    A rare fuzzy succulent native to South Africa, this is a low-growing, drought-tolerant succulent also known as Woolly Senecio. Stunning dwarf shrub with upright, cylindrical, succulent leaves that seem pure white owing to their fine covering in silvery white hairs. It does well in container gardens but looks fabulous in any arrangement, especially sun-baked rock…

  • Giant Chalk Stick

    Senecio ficoides

    An impressive evergreen succulent native to South Africa, this is the largest of the grey leaf Senecios and is able to grown to a height and width of about half a metre. With an upright shape, it has long, stout stems that arch upwards and also snake along the ground, featuring narrow blue-green leaves that…

  • Hot Dog Cactus

    Senecio articulatus

    This curious little character is not from the true cactus family, but from the senecio family. It will typically form clumps of sausage-like tubular silvery-green stems with a bushy foliage when in season.

  • Kilimanjaro

    Senecio stapeliiformis ssp 'Kilimanjaro'

    The Pickle Plant, also known as Kleinia stapeliiformis, Senecio stapeliiformis ssp ‘Kilimanjaro’ or Groundsel, is a stunning succulent that is native to South Africa. This plant features long pencil-like stems that grow up to 25 cm tall and 2 cm thick, with soft spines along the sides. The stems are jointed and grow together underneath…

  • Lemon Bean Bush

    Senecio barbertonicus

    Common Names: Lemon Bean Bush, Barberton Senecio, Succulent Bush Senecio, Barberton Groundsel Description: The Lemon Bean Bush has fleshy green leaves growing densely on thick stems. The leaves are long and finger-like, start bright green when the plant is young and darkens as the plant matures. Flowers: Tubular, bright, yellow flowers bloom in Winter up…

  • Narrow-Leaf Chalksticks

    Senecio vitalis

    Native to South Africa, this spreading succulent is a popular ornamental due to its appealing cylindrical grey-green foliage. A finely textured, medium height groundcover which quickly forms a dense mat, its leaves grow in a dense, orderly manner and the slender, slightly upward facing leaves appear like fingers or long pieces of blue chalk, hence…

  • Nola’s Pride

    Senecio cylindricus

    A popular succulent suitable for low maintenance landscaping or for pots, Nola’s Pride or Narrow Chalk Sticks is increasingly being used in landscape and garden designs, though it’s not recommended as an indoor plant. A low-growing succulent shrub reaching to 60cm tall and spreading up to 1.5m wide, it forms a large, dense shrub over…

  • Scarlet Kleinia

    Senecio fulgens

    A rare and stunning sub-shrub that is prized for its grey leaves and proliferation of puffy, scarlet red flowers. The silvery succulent leaves have purplish undersides and are spirally arranged out of a tuberous creeping rootstock. Growing to around 60cm tall, it can spread over time to form an attractive, no-maintenance groundcover. Easy to grow,…