String of Dolphins•
Posted on January 31 2022
String of Dolphins (Senecio Peregrinus)
Native to Southwest Africa! My strings are adorned in small hook shaped leaves resembling swimming dolphins, hence the name. Do not let my looks fool you, my leaves retain a lot of water, so frequent watering is not necessary! I do well in partial to full sun, requiring a minimum of 6 hours per day. Be careful with my placement during the colder months.
|Other Names||Dolphin Plant, Flying Dolphins, The Dolphin Necklace|
|Country of Origin||Southwest Africa|
|Water||Only water when top portion is fully dry. Try using the "Soak and Dry" method.|
|Soil||Well Draining Soil, mixture of cactus soil and sand|
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