String of little dolphins - Our cute Dolphin Succulent!
The Dolphin Succulent, also known as Senecio Peregrinus or String of Dolphins, is a rare succulent vine. This string of little dolphins makes a whimsical yet refined design choice, with its eye-catching leaf shape and trailing cascade, adding instant charm to any room. This Dolphin Succulent is a hybrid derived in part from the incredibly popular String of Pearls. This more unique and novel Senecio variety is both a conversation starter and a cute companion at home or in the office. Let this dreamy pod of dolphins swim into your life!
Comes including plastic plant hanger
Pretty low maintenance house plant that requires indirect light and can be placed outside during summer
With the correct light and the water levels it will grow into a healthy trailing vine over the years
Looks great placed up high on bookcases, shelves, stairs, or cupboards, where they can trail up to over 90 cm over time
Can withstand colder temperatures, barely needs fertilizing, and looks wonderful trailing or hanging in a macrame planter
Add our beautiful, fuss-free, and unusual Dolphin Succulent to your House Plant Collection today!
Happy in a shaded place with lots of filtered light. Direct light can cause burns.
The Dolphin Succulent likes more water than the usual succulents and can be a bit unhappy if you do not water enough.
Give them a good soak and allow the soil to dry out between waterings.
Average from 18°C to 24°C - especially in the growing season. The Dolphin Succulent can also withstand lower temperatures than other succulents, but won’t survive a hard frost.
Dolphin Succulents only require occasional fertilizing. In fact, over-fertilizing them can cause the leaves to lose their iconic dolphin shape.
Feed once in spring with a balanced fertilizer.
Toxic to Cats, Dogs and other pets due to irritant sap and pyrrolizidine alkaloids - keep out of reach of children!
Place in a relatively root-bound pot, as String of Dolphins thrives in overcrowded conditions. Choose a well-draining soil and pot in a container with drainage holes. Do not overwater!
Remove yellow and dying leaves, using a clean and sharp utensil. Gently spray with water or mist to clean the leaves.
General Information About Your Plant
This plant is more a hanging plant, than a plant which grows tall.