Senecio mandraliscae – Succulent Plant


Senecio mandraliscae, commonly called blue finger, is a bushy succulent with bluish-green leaves that grow as long as 6 inches. It belongs to the Asteracaeae family of plants. Native to South Africa, blue finger is hardy in U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 10 through 12.


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Plant Details

  • Plant Size: Approximately 1 inche in overall height, from bottom of pot to top leaf and 2-4 inches spread
  • Other name(s): Senecio Tenuifolius, Fish Hook Sedum, Blue Chalk Sticks, Blue finger, Bluefinger, Blue Stick
  • Plant Type: Foliage, Succulent, Flower (Green)
  • Plant Placement: Indoors or Outdoors
  • Bloom Season: Spring and Summer 
  • Maximum Reachable Height: Up to 1.5 feet (18 inches)
  • Difficulty: Easy to grow and low maintenance 


What’s Included

  • Plant: Senecio Mandraliscae (1)
  • Pot: 3 inch Grower Round Plastic Pot (Black) (1)


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  • Actual plant may vary from the picture with respect to size and appearance
  • As they are natural being and each plant differ from each other 
  • These are natural plants and required to be handled with love and care
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Care Tips


  • Bright sunlight is best 
  • In climates with hot summers, however, the plant benefits from light afternoon shade



  • Water the plant only during dry summer weather
  • Blue finger is a drought-tolerant succulent that can survive long, dry periods
  • Watch for signs that the plant needs water, especially leaves that begin to look shrunken or wilted
  • Water the plant’s site deeply, and then allow the soil to dry completely before watering again
  • Stop watering the plant in late summer or early autumn
  • Withhold water completely during the winter months



  • Cool soil places the plant at risk for stem rot



  • Prefer low temperature 
  • Be careful not to allow the plants to stay too warm; otherwise, their growth tends to become stretched and soft



  • Fertilize the plant in early spring with a balanced, water-soluble fertilizer.
  • A balanced fertilizer has equal portions of nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium
  • Use a weak fertilizer solution mixed according to the specifications on the fertilizer package’s label
  • Don’t overfertilize the plant. Too much fertilizer produces weak, lush growth that is prone to winter damage
  • Don’t fertilize the plant during autumn



  • Prune the plant nearly to the ground in early spring
  • Pruning removes old growth and makes room for healthy new growth



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