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Surprisingly a member of the daisy family Asteraceae, the blue chalk plant (Senecio mandraliscae) looks like a scrawny, thornless cactus with multiple stems, sometimes called "blue fingers." Native to South Africa, it has finger-like or stick-like succulent leaves with a gray to pale steel blue color. In summer it produces tiny yellow tufted flowers that look like miniature dandelions.
i like the color of these plants, silvery blue.
easy to grow, and grows fast!
a good addition to your collection! great for borders or in pots!