Senecio peregrinus, "String of Dolphins"
$15 [sold out]
A creeping, perennial, succulent that grows as a vine and is native to the drier parts of southwest Africa in the Asteraceae family. String of Dolphins are characterized by their iconic dolphin-shaped leaves and long hanging tendrils.
LIGHT: This plant does well in full to part sun. New growth is legging with insufficient light.
WATER: Allow top 25% of soil to dry thoroughly between waterings. Fall through winter, allow top 50% of soil to dry. Shriveled leaves indicate the plant needs more water.
TEMPERATURE: Prefers to be warm, 60-80 degrees F
FERTILIZER: Fertilize during their active growing season (spring-fall).
ORIGIN: Native to South Africa
TOXICITY: These plants are toxic and should be kept away from pets and children.
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