This is another succulent we received as cuttings, however its labeling has been lost. Google Lens figures that it's a Senecio Jacobsenii Trailing/Cascading Jade, which sounds about right to us! This plant features wide, rounded, flat and slightly pointed leaves in a vibrant green.
- Senecio succulents all require bright, indirect light (and lots of it!) to grow properly. If they don't get enough light, they can end up becoming "leggy" (too much stem, and too few leaves).
- Water when the soil is absolutely dry, allowing any excess water to drain away. It's recommended to do the "bottoms-up" method of watering, so that water doesn't end up getting stuck amongst its leaves, potentially causing rot and damage.