Native to South Africa, this trailing succulent has blue tubular foliage with purple tips on trailing stems. They are hardy and drought-tolerant making them ideal for water-wise gardens, rockeries and pots.
Common Names: Blue Chalk Sticks
Height: Grows to about 10cm tall.
Light: Will produce maximum blue colour with purple tips in full sun.
Water: Water during the summer and spring, making sure it has good drainage. Reduce water in the winter as excess water can damage the plant.
Flowers: Produces white flowers in the springtime.
Propagation: From stem cuttings during spring-autumn.
Care: Keep in either a pot, planter or garden bed, in good quality, well-draining soil. Very low-maintenance plant in suitable growing conditions.
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