Senecio wax ivy is a delightful trailing plant with succulent stems and waxy, ivy-like leaves. When planted in a hanging basket, the plump stems can cascade over the rim. To learn more about growing variegated wax ivy and its care, click here.
There are more than 1,000 varieties of senecio plants, and about 100 are succulents. These tough, interesting plants may be trailing, spreading groundcovers or large shrubby plants. Learn more about growing senecio plants, along with some important caveats, in this article.
By Becca Badgett, Co-author of How to Grow an EMERGENCY Garden
Blue chalk succulents are often a favorite of succulent growers. The South African native is called blue chalk succulent or blue fingers for its attractive bluish, finger-like leaves. It also produces white summer blooms. Click here to learn more about this plant.
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