Senecio Stapeliiformis might look like a mini version of asparagus but please do not eat this little green friend which is native to the eastern cape of South Africa. With small, dark green bunching stalks and leaves the shape and texture of this plant are its most intriguing features.
Senecio Stapeliiformis is a perfect plant for busy people as it is really easy to take care for and will survive if you forget to water her! The plant prefers a drier, brighter space, perfect for growing next to a window.
Senecio Stapeliiformis prefer a bright space without direct sunlight. A south facing window may be too bright for this plant however morning sun will not be a problem. Allow soil to dry out fully between watering, this is approximately once per week in the growing season and once per month in the period of dormancy.
Size: this plant is about 15 cm tall and comes in a plastic nursery pot 8cm big in diameter.
Care Tips: Bright morning sun, some air flow, avoid touching the plant.
Light: dull sun but can tolerate low light
Water: sparingly, once per month in winter, once every week and half in summer
Soil: fast draining potting mix like cactus mix