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  • Eileen Barrett

    garden details. Stepping stones and foliage

  • Lee O'Brien

    contemporary landscape by Shades Of Green Landscape Architecture. I just love blue chalk sticks (Senecio mandraliscae). This year I planted them in containers with Setcreasea Purple Queen for amazing contrast ♥

  • Tina Workman

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  • Barbara Peers Robeson

    Blue Chalk Sticks-Senecio mandraliscae Common names: Blue chalk sticks; blue finger & blue fries USDA zones: 9-12: Low water needs but tolerant of regular irrigation; don’t overwater: Full sun to light shade in arid climates. Mature size: 1-2' h x 2-3' pread.Tolerances: Drought tolerant, high wind, second line salt wind.Environmental benefits: Attracts butterflies, bees & hummingbirds; fire resistant. Favorite for landscape designs.

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