it looks like a string bean

by Sharon
(Chicago)

Peperomia 'Amigo Split'

Peperomia 'Amigo Split'

This plant looks like string beans and almost like a pencil cactus - what is it?

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Nov 05, 2010
Not a stranger anymore
by: Jacki

Hi Sharon - have a look on this page on Miscellaneous Succulent Plants and look at the picture of Senecio mandraliscae - is this the same plant?

Oct 28, 2012
same plant
by: Teresa

what is the name of this plant and how big does it grow

Teresa, we're still trying to figure it out! If it's Senecio mandraliscae, depending on if you are gardening in a warm climate where it grows outdoors all year it can reach about 2' tall (60 cm) but if it's grown as an indoor plant through the winter, it doesn't mind being pruned to keep it smaller.
Jacki

Jun 30, 2017
I know!
by: Jacki

I've come across this same plant several times now - it's called Peperomia 'Amigo Split' - the characteristic that gives it all away is the 'split' on the top of the leaves.

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