Senecio Barbertonicus [sen-ek-ee-o, bar-ber-TON-ee-kus] is an evergreen shrub from the family Asteraceae, commonly referred to as the aster, sunflower or daisy family. This Senecio plant is native to Southern Africa
Senecio Jacobsenii (sen-ek-ee-o, jay-kob-SEN-ee-eye), also known as Kleinia Petraea, is a creeping succulent plant from the Asteraceae or Compositae family. The plant was previously a part of the genus Senecio.
Senecio articulatus [sen-ek-ee-o, ar-tik-oo-LAH-tus] is a perennial with succulent, evergreen stems reaching up to 2’ feet tall. It belongs to the Asteraceae family and the Senecio plant genus, which includes
Senecio peregrinus [sen-ek-ee-o, per-uh-GREE-nus] is a flowering succulent belonging to the Asteraceae family. While many people refer to it as Senecio peregrinus, the plant is identified as Senecio “Hippogriff.” No
Senecio Vitalis [sen-NEESH-shee-oh, vi-TAL-is] is also known as Narrowleaf Chalksticks. This popular, ornamental spreading evergreen succulent plant hails from the Eastern Cape of South Africa and is a member of the Asteraceae
Senecio Radicans [Sen-ek-ee-o, RAD-ee-kans] belongs to the Asteraceae family and is native to South Africa. This succulent houseplant is known for its numerous strands of banana-shaped, glossy foliage. Similar to
String of Pearls (Senecio rowleyanus) (se-nee’-shi-oh) is an unusual succulent plant with round, bead-like leaves. It is a drought tolerant ground cover that grows in a cascading manner when planted in