Trailing Jade Hanging Basket (7.5″)
Trailing Jade (Kleinia petraea, previously Senecio jacobsenii) has a strong resemblance to the Crassula Jades, but is in fact unrelated! This variety is native to the highlands of Tanzania and Kenya where it creeps along as a ground cover. In cultivation it shines in a hanging baskets, which allows its thick stems to form a dense cascade up to 4.0′ long.
The smooth, spoon-shaped leaves of Trailing Jade stand upright on their stems. Moderate stress from bright sun or cool temperatures (40F-50F) can induce vibrant flushing from lilac to magenta.