String of Fishhooks Plant Care
Senecio radicans is native to South Africa and can handle temperatures as high as 110 degrees Fahrenheit and as low as 30 to 50 degrees F. These plants do well in a variety of light conditions, but prefer medium to full sun indoors and part-shade outside.
Beside this, does a fish hook succulent bloom?
Senecio ‘Fish Hooks’ (Senecio radicans) is a flowering succulent plant native to South Africa. It is a hardy and easy to care for houseplant with plump, blue hued, banana shaped leaves that grow in a trailing nature. It sprouts white, small cinnamon scented flowers once a year, even when kept indoors.
Besides, how do you repot a string of fish hooks?
How often should you water fish hook?
As the weather gets colder, this plant will drop some leaves if it is exposed to a chill. The temperature of your tap water may have become colder or it may be in a micro-climate near a window that is colder than the rest of the room. Tepid water is best as well as some distance from the window glass.
Fishbone Cactus Care
Fishbone cactus thrives in indirect light but can tolerate periods of bright sun. Like most cacti, fishbone cactus houseplant does best when allowed to dry out between watering. During winter, cut watering in half and then reinstate when spring growth begins.