Senecio Citriformis is also known as Curio Citriformis 'String Of Tears' because of its teardrop-shaped leaves. However, there are no strings involved. The plant's main features are mostly green to dark green. The most characteristic feature of the leaves is that the ends are lemon yellow. Clusters of small, pale yellow flowers appear in late summer to winter.
Senecio Citriformis is a plant that is best grown outdoors rather than indoors, it loves the sun and thrives outdoors in full light, and full to partial sun is the best choice for its growth. Let it get at least two hours of full sunlight every day if possible. Then, when winter comes, you can bring it indoors by the window or balcony to keep the light in.
Watering methods are very important for maintaining the health of citrus geraniums. However, it shouldn't sit on the water. Watering every two weeks may be a good option. Each "teardrop" of Senecio Citriformis can store a certain amount of moisture. So you need to be careful not to let the soil get too dry.
A bunch of tears plants prefers well-drained, nutrient-rich soil. You can make your organic soil by adding bark, coarse sand, pumice, or perlite. It can grow better in this soil. If you find preparing to challenge, you can buy directly in our store. I believe this will solve a lot of your troubles.
Primary color: greenSecondary color: grey-greenBloom color: yellowishCold hardiness: Zone 10a-11b(from 30F to 50F)Product format: 4" potSuitability: Balcony, Window, GardenPropagation: leaf, offset, seedSpecial characteristic: pet safe