What is the plant
Othonna capensis (little-pickles), almost always called Othonna crassifolia by the florists, is a trailing perennial succulent herb, becoming somewhat woody toward base. The plant branches freely and looks like a green version of Senecio serpens, but leaves (which average about 1-2 cm) are shaped like cucumber pickles, slender, cylindrical grey-green. When the plant is stressed, leaves turn shades of yellow, lavender, and red. Flowers, which close in low light, also are senecio-like, in that they are daisy-shaped, yellow on the top of slender stems and appears in spring through autumn and sometimes year-round.
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