Senecio x hybridus
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 x hybridus
To 2 ft. high and wide. Valuable for bright colors in cool, shady places; not for hot, dry climates. Most common are large-flowered dwarf kinds generally sold as Multiflora Nana or Hybrida Grandiflora. These are compact, 12–15-in. plants with broad clusters of 3–5-in. daisies in colors ranging from white through pink and purplish red to blue and purple, often with contrasting eyes or bands. Bloom in late winter and early spring in mild-winter areas, spring and early summer elsewhere. Plants sold as Cineraria stellata (an invalid botanical name) are taller (to 2 1/2 –3 ft.), with clusters of smaller, star-shaped daisies. Grow in loose, rich soil. Grown as an annual or houseplant in all zones.
To 2 ft. high and wide. Valuable for bright colors in cool, shady places; not for hot, dry climates. M...
Flowers and long, thin leaves combine to make filmy brown and green clusters on slender stems about 1 ...
Tall, graceful, dark green stems 6–10 ft. high, topped with clusters of green threadlike parts t...