Senecio – string of pearls in your pots and garden

One of the most distinctive succulents of Namibian origin, Senecio Rowleyanus, as its scientific name implies, stands out for the very peculiar morphology of its bead-shaped leaves, due to which it is also called the “Pearl Series”.

From the succulents that grow just as well and indoors, it acquires a very impressive appearance if placed in high places or in hanging pots with the shoots extending downwards.

Its growth is relatively fast and the length of the shoots in a few years can exceed 1 meter and create a green natural … curtain.

Depending on the variety, its leaves are green or have a slightly yellowish tinge.

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