This rarity is also called "Woolly Senecio" in English.
This is due to a peculiarity that distinguishes this plant: it is completely covered with small white hairs, so that it feels like a thick fur made of felt.
In her home country South Africa she grows at an altitude of about 1000m and uses this fur to protect herself from UV radiation.
As a resident of the Cape region, she has learned to deal with drought, so this extremely unusual white succulent is very easy to care for.
Due to its hanging shoots, it is also suitable for hanging vessels.
Name: Woolly Ragwort
BotanicalName: Senecio haworthioides
Pot size: 10.5cm
Total height: approx. 15 cm
Location: bright or partially shaded window seat - also in the winter garden or outdoors in summer
Watering: like all succulents, keep it dry, but never let it dry out completely.