The rarity among the rarities!
The white pea on the ribbon is rarely found. It grows very slowly and its reproduction is extremely difficult.
In other words: the ideal plant for plant lovers and connoisseurs.
Hanging traffic light - Senecio rowleyanus variegata - pea on a rope - pea on a ribbon - pea plant - string of pearls
However, it has nothing to do with the edible pea: Instead, it looks as if peas are really growing here on a string. But it is only the small, spherical leaves that these plants form.
It can be used in tall vessels or planted in a hanging basket.
ATTENTION: This plant is NOT suitable for consumption!
Name: pea on a rope - pea on a ribbon - pea plant - string of pearls
Botanical name: Senecio rowleyanus variegata
Home: South Africa
Age: approx. 3 years
Hanging basket : 14cm
Length of the tendrils: 15-25cm
Location: bright, warm window seat
like to be outdoors in summer, but slowly get used to the sun
Watering: in summer a maximum of 1x per week
Pour significantly less during the rest phase in winter
Only pour again when the soil has completely dried out Avoid waterlogging
Fertilization: in summer every 3-4 weeks
do not fertilize in winter