Senecio kleinia also called monkey palm is native to the Canary Islands and belongs to the succulents.
Like all succulents, Senecio kleinia should not be poured over. In the growth phase, always let the substrate dry out before watering again. During the summer dormancy between May and August, it hardly wants to be watered at all - most of the leaves are thrown off. Since this is normal, there is nothing to worry about. These grow back in autumn.
The pot diameter is 11cm.
The price includes a clay coaster.
Our advice: Since the coaster is not glazed and there may be moisture in the
We recommend small felt or cork discs
underlay to protect wooden tables, wooden floors, etc.!
Info on light requirements
Light location-The Senecio prefers a bright location. So place it in the brightest window in the apartment from September to April! After spring, the plant goes into summer sleep until September and should be in a cooler location.