The Senecio Rowleyanus is originally from the drier parts of Southwest Africa. Here the plant grows in the shade of other plants and its wisps of 'peas' grow over the ground. The Senecio Rowleyanus Originally from the Asteraceae family. In the Netherlands, the Senecio Rowleyanus is better known as the 'pea plant' in English they call it the 'string of pearls'. When the Senecio Rowleyanus is happy, it grows quickly and the strands / branches can also become very long, so hang it in a place where there is enough space for it.
- Plenty of light to partial shade, but avoid direct sunlight.
- Water regularly, a sip of water every week when the potting soil has dried. In winter, the Senecio Rowleyanus needs almost no water.
- Temperature between 15-30 degrees
- Fertilize once every two weeks and weekly at higher temperatures.
- Repotting the Senecio Rowleyanus is not entirely easy, so only do this when it is really necessary. The Senecio Rowleyanus can be cutted, do this by cutting a branch / string and putting it in fresh potting soil. The string will automatically create new roots.