Senecio stapeliiformis ssp 'Kilimanjaro'
$6.50 – $8.50
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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 the soil surface.
The Pickle Plant’s stems are a beautiful contrast of light and dark green, with occasional hints of purple. The plant also boasts large red or orange flowers that bloom during the growing season, which typically occurs in the spring.
To care for your Pickle Plant, make sure to plant it in well-draining soil and water lightly during the summer months. Allow the soil to completely dry out between waterings to prevent root rot. This plant prefers to be positioned in part shade, as direct sunlight can scorch the leaves.
Overall, the Pickle Plant is a beautiful addition to any succulent collection, with its eye-catching colors and unique growth pattern. It is also a low-maintenance plant that can thrive with minimal care. Other common names for this plant include Trailing Jade, Spider Plant, Inch Worm, Candle Stick, Candle Plant, and Belisha Beacon Plant.
90 mm pot, Cutting