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Senecio ficoides Mount Everest - Succulent Plant

Senecio ficoides Mount Everest - Succulent Plant

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Discover the sublime beauty of Senecio ficoides Mount Succulent Plant, a captivating succulent offered by Vermi Organics. Commonly known as Mount Everest Ice Plant, this striking plant unveils a landscape of elegance with its fleshy, frosty foliage resembling a snowy summit. As you explore the enchanting details of Senecio ficoides Mount Everest, Vermi Organics invites you to embrace a succulent experience that seamlessly blends sophistication with the resilient charm of nature.

About: Hailing from South Africa, Senecio ficoides Mount Succulent Plant is a member of the Asteraceae family, celebrated for its diverse succulent species. Named after the world's highest peak, Mount Everest, this succulent reflects its namesake with its unique frosty appearance. Beyond its ornamental allure, Mount Everest Ice Plant stands out for its hardiness and adaptability, making it a cherished addition to both indoor and outdoor plant collections.

Benefits: Senecio ficoides Mount Succulent Plant extends beyond its visual charm to offer practical benefits. As a succulent, it stores water in its fleshy leaves, enabling it to endure dry conditions with ease. Its ability to thrive in arid environments and its low-maintenance requirements make it an excellent choice for those seeking a resilient and visually striking succulent.

Type of Plant (Indoor or Outdoor): Mount Everest Ice Plant is a versatile succulent that thrives both indoors and outdoors. In outdoor settings, it flourishes as ground cover, rock garden embellishment, or container planting. Indoors, it graces windowsills, shelves, or mixed succulent arrangements, adding a touch of icy elegance to your living space.

Care: Caring for Senecio ficoides Mount Everest is a delightful experience due to its undemanding nature. Plant it in well-draining soil to prevent waterlogging, and place it in a location with ample sunlight. Water sparingly, allowing the soil to dry out between waterings to prevent overwatering and root rot. With minimal care, Mount Everest Ice Plant thrives, providing a cool and refreshing aesthetic to your plant collection.

Common Names: Senecio ficoides Mount Everest is known by various common names that capture its appearance and characteristics. Mount Everest Ice Plant perfectly describes its frosty, snow-like foliage.


  • Botanical Name: Senecio ficoides Mount Everest
  • Common Names: Mount Everest Ice Plant
  • Family: Asteraceae
  • Type: Ground Cover Succulent
  • Height: Up to 6 inches (trailing)
  • Sunlight: Full sun to partial shade
  • Watering: Low, well-draining soil
  • Soil: Sandy or succulent mix
  • Maintenance: Low

Special Features: Mount Everest Ice Plant boasts special features that contribute to its popularity among succulent enthusiasts. The frosty, white appearance of its leaves creates a unique and visually refreshing display. Its trailing growth habit makes it an ideal choice for cascading arrangements, mimicking the serene descent of a snowy mountainside.


  1. Ground Cover: Senecio ficoides Mount Everest serves as an exquisite ground cover, transforming garden landscapes with its frosty foliage, reminiscent of a snowy blanket.
  2. Rock Gardens: Plant Mount Everest Ice Plant in rock gardens to evoke the natural beauty of high-altitude landscapes, creating a serene and visually captivating scene.
  3. Container Plantings: Elevate your outdoor or indoor containers with the frosty elegance of Mount Everest Ice Plant, adding a cool and refreshing touch to your plant arrangements.
  4. Succulent Arrangements: Incorporate Senecio ficoides Mount Everest into mixed succulent arrangements, where its distinctive appearance complements a variety of succulent species.
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