Velvety, Soft and Glitzy Angel Wings Senecio 4 pc.
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‘Hark the Herald Angel Sings’ will be running through your head as you enjoy the glitzy beauty of Senecio Angel Wings in your garden.
This silvery-foliage succulent takes foliage interest to the next level. Roberta’s fell in love with this plant because its silvery look shines day in and day out from spring to frost.
|Botanical Name:||Senecio candicans||Common Name:||Senecio Angel Wings||Hardiness Zone:||7-11, Cold Tolerance: 5F||Sun Shade:||Full to Part Sun||SKU:||R67126 / Annual (90 day warranty)||Bloom Time:||Summer till Frost||Cultivar:||Angel Wings (white foliage only)||HT/WD:||10-12 inches / 10-12 inches, (space 18 inches apart)||Special:||Versatile; bringing brilliant foliage interest to the garden; unique silvery colored leaves resembling an angel's wings; very heat and drought tolerant||Uses:||filler in mixed containers, hanging baskets, gardens and borders, mass plantings, warm winter gardens, focal point in gardens, and elevated gardens||Growing Guides:||Angel Wings Senecio||Ships:||2.5" square x 3" deep||Shipping Schedule:||Zone Map|
This succulent plant is exceptionally drought tolerant, needing water quite rarely. Its velvety soft foliage grows into large rounded leaves that resemble the wings of an angel. You will not be able to take your eyes off this angelic plant, it is the perfect focal point for your container garden. This easy to grow plant excels in patio containers outdoors, grown indoors as a lovely houseplant, planted right in the garden beds as a focal point. It is also a fantastic choice for mixed containers as the filler – it is well known that silver foliage plants act as a liaison between other strong colors, bringing them all into harmony. To keep the beauty going from one year to the next, simply bring indoors in late autumn and enjoy as an indoor plant until spring arrives.
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Although these are considered an annual, can be sheltered from cold and wintered over indoors.
These may get a little floppy. When they do you can do cuttings and propegate. Prune them back to where the stem is firm and in early spring. Root them in sandy soil.