🌱 Senecio rowleyanus / String or pearls / Perfect for propagation🌱
This item is Fresh cuttings of Senicio Rowleyanus, they are great for propagation with some root system showing now, if you want to fill your pot, they will do the job!
Please see the photo of how to place them in the soil, it is very easy to do so.
You will receive enough cuttings to fill 10cm - 12 cm pot.
The main photo shows 50g of cuttings. *(First 5 photos shows 50g of cuttings).
You will receive:
- Bunch of un-rooted fresh cuttings (similar to the main photo) : up to 2" - 4" (5cm - 15cm)
- Some cuttings have small roots coming out, just place them on to the soil, they will grow fast and great for pot filler.
- Total weight of the cuttings are around 50g.
- Short & Long Mix Cuttings, around 10 - 20 cuttings.
- Plant pot is NOT included.
- You will receive the items in letterbox size thin box, carefully wrapped, to save the postage
They are short in length, however, if you like pot filler, you can place them on to the soil, and will grow multiple healthy strings.
You'll love seeing it grow. It's a nice pot filler.
Be careful when handling, they can be a bit fiddly and need a bit of experience to seat well in new well-draining soil.
Note: We only post Monday to *Friday by royal mail 1st class. This is to avoid having your lovely plants stuck in the postal system all weekend.
*Friday post: It is not guaranteed that you get it on Saturday, item might deliver on Monday.
🌱 CARE TIPS FOR YOUR NEW SUCCULENTS 🌱
- Ideal position : Succulents tend to thrive with plenty of indirect light. They will turn brown or lose colour if exposed to prolonged direct sunlight. Ideal indoor plants, however they will love nice air and light when warmer day, so place them outside for 2 - 5 hours to make them happy.
- Water : When the soil is completely dry, water them near the roots using the dropper. Succulents don't like to have wet feet. Allow soil to dry between watering. Do not overwater them. Water even less in winter.
- Temperature : Succulents can tolerate dry air, they are happy if above 10 °C. Only hardy succulents will survive a frost. Learn a bit about succulents and you’ll do well. Youtube ‘how to care for succulents’ for more info.
🌱 ENJOY YOUR NEW SUCCULENTS🌱