In this video I talk about the Senecio herreianus I purchased in June of 2020. It’s a fun succulent with leaves which resemble tiny watermelons, hence the common name, string of watermelons.
I thought it might be fun to cover the trailing plants in my collection which have been the most rewarding in terms of growth. They all exhibit the longest trailing vines among my collection of close to 150 plants.
This Scindapsus pictus was purchased in January 2021, and this image was shot on January 23rd, 2021.
In three months, the Scindapsus pictus I mentioned in the previous image has grown significantly, which you can see here (this image was taken on April 25th, 2021).
This is another Scindapsus pictus which was bought at the same time the one in the first image was acquired. The longest stem on this one measures 63 inches from the edge of the pot to the tip, and is seen running along the ceiling hooks along with another trailing vine. You can see that there are three other vines which are colliding with the Pachira (which is also growing like mad) which is underneath it. I can’t keep up with the growth on this one!
I got this Senecio radicans in June of 2020. Here it is pictured with the vines just starting to extend beyond the bottom of the pot.
The longest vine on the Senecio radicans from above measures 46 inches in this image, which was taken on April 25th, 2021.
Finally, this is a shot of my longest Hoya linearis, taken on April 25th, 2021. The longest strand measures at 33 inches.
I am so impressed by and proud of my beautiful trailing plants!