*MULTIPLE PLANTS AVAILABLE. YOU WILL RECEIVE A SIMILAR PLANT IN SIZE AND AGE AS THE ONE SHOWN*
Caputia tomentosa, formerly Senecio haworthii, is also known as "wooly senecio". Native to the cape provinces, this succulent grows at high altitudes and produces such a dense felt that it can be rubbed off and used as tinder for a fire. A very easy plant that appreciates water all year. You may receive the same plant or one similar to the plant shown.
Water: Water regularly. Can take more water than most succulents!
Sun Exposure: Some shade to full sun.
Soil: Stone Eaters Soil -OR- 50% pumice/perlite + 50% regular potting mix
Temperature: Keep above 30°F.
Fertilize: During the spring/summer growing season with Super Kabuto Fertilizer.
U.S. SHIPPING ONLY
Plants ship bare root, pot/soil not included