Chiquita, Hanging


String of Bananas  
Senecio radicans

Chiquita is known for her long trailing stems that are full of glossy and plump banana shaped leaves. She's easy to maintain and grows quite fast for a succulent. Chiquita is native to South Africa so she thrives in warm climates with lots of sun. White flowers that smell like cinnamon bloom in Spring.

Sunlight:Bright, indirect light.

Water:Every 2 weeks or once soil has dried completely.

Pets:Mildly toxic.

Growing Style:Trailing vines that can grow 3 ft. long.

Beginners:Great for beginners.

Pro-tip: In colder months water sparingly, allowing the soil to remain dry for at least a week.

Hanging basket: Exactly 12 inches from the top of the hook to the soil and a container width of 6 inches.

Foliage size will vary.

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