Senecio mandraliscae

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Senecio mandraliscae Care Guide

Growing Season:

Winter

Dormant Season:

Summer

Common Name: 'Blue Chalk Sticks'

About Senecio mandraliscae

Senecio mandraliscae is more commonly known as ‘Blue Chalk Sticks.’ It is an excellent groundcover as it spreads quickly. It looks great in rock gardens. 

Senecio mandraliscae needs full sunfull sun direct sunlight for at least 8 hours of the day and can handle it all day. If grown indoors, it will almost certainly etiolate unless you have a very strong grow light. 

It grows quickly in the fall and spring, so these would be the best times to take cuttings. Be careful when taking cuttings, though, as the sap is toxic and can be irritating to the skin and should not be ingested either. White dandelion-like flowers bloom in the summer months. 

If you live in a very humid area, be sure to amendamendment Material added to a soil to improve its physical properties which create a healthier environment for the roots your soil heavily with inorganicinorganic not consisting of or deriving from living matter amendmentamendment Material added to a soil to improve its physical properties which create a healthier environment for the roots as Senecio mandraliscae doesn’t like much humidity. 

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