Narrow Chalk Sticks is a popular succulent plant suitable for landscaping or for pots. Although known to the hobby for many decades, it is a plant with many names and confusing origins. It is still considered by some as a subspecies of Senecio talinoides. This species is identified from other varieties of Chalk Sticks by its narrow leaves (less than 5mm) and pale blue coloration. Flowers are drab and daisy-like, held on stalks above the height of the plant.
Very easy to grow. Needs at least a few hours of direct sun to thrive. Not recommended as an indoor plant. Repot using a good quality Cacti & Succulent mix. Plants will benefit from a small amount of quality slow-release fertilizer such as Troforte added to the soil.
Fine blue-green foliage
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