4" Senicio stapeliiformis
A fast growing succulent with long and narrow fingers that push up from the soil. Unique patterning and silvery colourings make this an attractive addition to succulent groupings. At least 6 hours of direct sunlight in the summer will result in a purple tinge forming. Branches will develope off the main stems and are easily knocked off but can then be easily used to propagate further plants.
How To Care For
Requires at least 6 or more hours of direct sunlight in order to flourish. Place in a sunny window (south facing) especially in the winter months, for best results. Plant in a well draining soil medium. Water evenly, and wait for the soil to dry out between waterings.