Senecio stapeliiformis 'Kilimanjaro' Family: Asteraceae. One of the prettiest and strangest succulent members of the daisy family. Yes, this plant is related to daisys, sunflowers, and even lettuce! However it looks like the unrelated Stapeliads. That's what the plant name means: Senecio that looks like a Stapeliad. It is leafless and produces long blue-green stems with dark patterned markings. It produces new stems from under the soil and will fill out a pot in time. Produces bright orange-red flowers during the growing season. Easy to grow. Give normal succulent care. Protect from frost.
This is the Kilimanjaro form of the species. It has rounder, thinner stems than the standard form.
You will receive the plant shown in the last image or one similar. Plants shown in a 4" pot.
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