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SOLVED: What the name of this?

New Iberia, LA(Zone 9a)

I got this from my friend gave me not say what is the name and, I saw it has little white flower on the ball.

Name id????

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ehrikon, Switzerland(Zone 6b)

senecio citriformis

Helsinki, Finland(Zone 4b)

Senecio herreanus?

Deep South Coastal, TX(Zone 10a)

we call thm string of pearls.

Chariton, IA(Zone 5b)

We also call them Rosary Beads.

New Iberia, LA(Zone 9a)

I like it sound better String of Pearls. Thank You!

Troy, VA(Zone 7a)

lol - RR that's why Latin is so important!!

Valley Village, CA

Senecio rowleyanus 'String of Pearls' it also comes variegated. Name found in Maurizio Sajeva Succuletns The New Illustrated Dictionary. The strings on this plant can grow 8" long. Low light is required.

Deep South Coastal, TX(Zone 10a)

they have a little "window" in the bead part that opens or closes according to how much light they are getting. We root them by just laying a piece on top of the soil.

New Iberia, LA(Zone 9a)

Ok.. what I do put coffee cup water to let the root come out then put potting soil or just put potting soil where it start cutting string that place to put on soil, I just want make sure the right thing. Cala?

Deep South Coastal, TX(Zone 10a)

RR, we just stuck the end we cut into the soil, laid the cutting flat along the top of the soil and pressed lightly into the soil. It will root all along the stem and make lots of little sprouts.(I hope you can understand what I'm saying, a photo would be easier i guess)

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