Common name: Yesterday, today and tomorrow
Native to: Argentina
Senecio can be annuals, biennials, perennials, climbers or shrubs, some succulent, with simple or pinnately divided leaves and daisy-like flowers, occasionally without ray-florets.
A small evergreen shrub of open habit with finely divided silvery-white leaves to 6cm long. Rather inconspicuous button-like, creamy-yellow flower-heads 6mm wide, in loose clusters in summer and autumn
Native / exotic: Exotic
Aspect: Full sun
Flowers: No flowers
Growth habit: Bushy
Hardiness: Hardy but not drought resistant
Height: Up to 0.5 metres
Spread: Up to 1 metre
Soil requirements: Prefers well-drained soils.
Uses: Flower borders and beds, city and courtyard gardens, informal garden, gravel, rock garden