Senecio peregrinus 'String of Dolphins'
Senecio peregrinus is popularly known as the 'String of Dolphins' plant. Although constantly labelled as a species, this plant is really a hybrid between Senecio rowleyanus 'String of Pearls' and Senecio articulatus. The leaves are curved with two points midway down the leaf which gives the appearance of a dolphin. This plant has a pendant, trailing habit with white flowers from May to June.
This plant prefers bright filtered light, keeping it on the dry side. If the temperature drops below 50 degrees, bring it inside! It is not cold hardy.
A unique addition to any succulent collection.
An unusual caudiciform species from the Transvaal with multiple stems bearing succulent, gray-green leaves. The caudex is a cluster of smaller rhizomes that can reach 6 inches or larger. The bright red-orange flowers are in pom-pom like clusters.
SHIPPED PARTIALLY BARE-ROOT