Blue Fingers (Senecio serpens)
Blue Fingers, also known as Blue Chalk Stick, is truly one of a kind. There are few succulents that are this blue, which makes the Blue Fingers a popular choice for those looking to add a unique color to their landscape.
Many homeowners use the Blue Fingers as an accent color that just “pops” when planted next to other succulents. The leaves pencil-like and slightly curved upright, which creates a jagged-like look that many homeowners find appealing. The color on the leaves is blue with a hint of green and small white flowers bloom above the leaves in the summer. In intenses of warmer weather, the tips can turn purple.
The growth pattern of the Blue Fingers is slow. It branches out from the base and it spreads out to form a carpet of leaves that are just inches high while spreading to 2-4 feet wide.
The Blue Fingers, like all succulents, do need regular watering. However, it is important to deep water to keep the soil moist, but never soggy. Allow the soil to dry out between waterings. Blue Fingers can tolerate full sun and is one of the best drought tolerant succulents.
Add a unique color to your landscape with the beautiful Blue Fingers. Speak to any of our nursery pros and ask about placement ideas.
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