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Baboon Toes

Curio radicans

Also known as

Banana Vine, Creeping Berry, Necklace Plant, String of Bananas, String-Of-Fishhooks, Bobbejaantoontjies, Bobbejaanvingertjies, Bokballetjies, Bokhorinkies, Bokkos, Bokriempie, Haaskos, Kleinbokkos, Steenbokhorinkies, Vingertjies

String of Bananas6 by KaitM42 (CC BY-SA 3.0)

Full Sun
Easy care
Light watering


USDA zone


Minimum temperature


  • spring
  • summer
  • autumn
  • winter

More images of Baboon Toes

A pot of green succulent Curio radicans String of Bananas
A Curio radicans String of Bananas plant

Baboon Toes Overview

String of Bananas is the famous name for this attractive little succulent plant, it was previously well known as Senecio radicans, but has been reclassified and is now considered part of the genus Curio. Curio radicans is a versatile succulent which can either act as a ground cover or an overflowing hanging pot plant; it is a beautiful addition to any garden or balcony. This is a common feature plant. ZA Distribution: Eastern Cape, Free State, Northern Cape, Western Cape.

How to propagate Baboon Toes




Special features of Baboon Toes

Drought resistant

Attractive flowers

Pot plant

Indoor plant

Attractive leaves