Cape Ivy (Senecio angulatus) is an evergreen plant of the Compositae family and native to southern Africa. It is creeping and / or climbing, being able to reach a length of several meters. The stems and branches grow tangled giving leafy appearance. The leaves are alternate, petiolate, of fleshy consistency and with the limbo of deltoid form and the edge toothed, sometimes, irregularly; acuminate at the end and bright green color.
CAPE HYDRO: Senecio angulatus
The chapters are arranged in a terminal inflorescence, with ligand flowers and a deep yellow interior. Flowers in autumn-winter. The fruit is an achene. In gardening is used as a upholsterer and / or climber, because of its lushness and pretty flowering. Requires moisture and mild climate, with sunny exposure. It is rustic and of easy growth, being able to become invasive in certain zones. Can not stand frost. To distinguish it from other senecios you can enter ornamental trees