This group of daisy relatives includes the well-known dusty miller and florist’s cineraria as well as less familiar garden plants and even a few weeds. Succulent species are often sold as Kleinia, an earlier name.Senecio cineraria
From Mediterranean. To 2–3 ft. high and wide, with woolly white leaves cut into many blunt-tipped lobes. Blooms at almost any season in mildwinter climates, during summer in colder regions, bearing clustered heads of yellow or creamy yellow flowers. Striking in a night garden. Gets leggy unless sheared occasionally. Grown as an annual everywhere.
Native to the Southeastern United States. Growing to 80 ft. tall and 60 ft. wide, this can be a street...
This grows into a handsome pyramidal tree 50 ft. tall and more than half as wide. Lustrous dark green ...
To 3 or 4 ft. high and wide, with closely set dark green leaves. Male.