SPEAR HEAD

Senecio kleiniiformis

£0.65£6.50

Spear Head is a slow growing succulent with light blue-green fleshy leaves and stalks that start trailing after growing over 15cm 6 inches. It makes an unusual and attractive indoor hanging plant. Like many succulents, Spear Head is an easy to grow plant as long as it is potted into a free draining soil mix and gets occasional watering.

Leaf for propagation
£ 0.65
Cutting for propagation
£ 2.50
Young plant (bare root)
£ 4.50
Established plant (bare root)
£ 6.50

Available Options

ThumbnailDescriptionPriceQuantity 
Leaf for propagation£0.65
Cutting for propagation£2.50
Young plant (bare root)£4.50
Established plant (bare root)£6.50

Available Options

ThumbnailDescriptionPriceQuantity 
Leaf for propagation£0.65
Cutting for propagation£2.50
Young plant (bare root)£4.50
Established plant (bare root)£6.50

Description

CARE INSTRUCTIONS

  • Soil: free draining soil
  • Sun exposure: Spear Head will thrive in a position with some but not constant sun, e.g. on a west facing window sill or not too far from a window in a bright lit living room
  • Watering: I water it once every two to three weeks during the growing season, from spring to late summer. I water the soil until it is thoroughly moist and then allow the pot to drain between waterings.
  • Hardiness: to be kept indoors when temperatures go below -4C.

PLANT INFO

  • Latin Name: Senecio Kleiniiformis
  • Common Name: Spear Head
  • Origin: South Africa

Additional information

Size

The pictures who the actual plants I sell. They are around 10cm 4 inches tall.

Shipping

The plants will arrive bare root without soil or pots.

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These plants are often purchased together

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