Archer's Senecio: A low small growing succulent that spreads by rhizomes with unusual short flat leaves that are held near the top. The leaves are green and covered with a gray waxy coating and have parallel translucent lines on each side of the leaf blade. The small whitish-yellow rayless brush-like flower heads rise up on short erect stalks in fall. Plant in full to part sun in a well-drained soil and irrigate occasionally to very little. Has proven hardy to around 28° F and likely is tolerant to temperatures below this. This is an interesting gray groundcover that has unique foliage but otherwise is fairly similar to the other groundcover Senecio. This species comes from the winter rainfall south-western parts of the Western Cape Province, South Africa where it occurs in rocky areas.