Senecio serpens is a hardy, evergreen, succulent perennial that branches from the base and roots wherever the stems touch the ground. Fleshy blue-grey, cylindrical, long, finger-like leaves are held pointing upwards, and are spirally arranged around the stems.
Small, insignificant, white flowers arise at the tips of the stems in spring.
Makes a good container plant and is a wonderful plant to use for colour and textural contrast in most parts of the garden.
Plant in sun or semi-shade in well-drained soil.
Size: 25 to 60cm