String Of Dolphins 

 

String florals are so much fun to crochet! The String of Dolphins in particular is one you'll want to create. This string of dolphin crochet pattern is super easy to follow along to create your own beautiful hanging decor. This rare and beautiful string succulent is a great addition to your crochet succulent collection!

 

 Materials Needed

- Scheepjes (Maxi Sugar Rush) or Aunt Lydia’s Crochet Thread. You can also use any size 10 crochet thread.

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    • Forest Green or Sage Green

     

    Other Materials 

    • Green floral tape 
    • 22 and 24 gauge wires
    • 1.25 crochet needle
    • Fabric stiffener 
    • Scissors
    • Pliers

- Allene's Draping Liquid (Mix with water)

- Light green floral tape

String of Dolphins (Senecio Peregrinus) Fun Facts

  • Senecio Peregrinus is also known as dolphin necklace, flying dolphins, string of dolphins, dolphin plant, or Senecio Hippogriff.

 

  • The beautiful dolphin shape is due to the cross-pollination of two plant variants, the Senecio Roweleyanus (string of pearls) and Senecio Articulates (hot dog or candle plant).
  • Because the dolphin succulent is a cross variety, it’s not a very common plant and can be difficult to find. 

 

  • They grow cinnamon-scented white blossoms in the fall.

 

  • Native to Southwest Africa

 

  • Toxic to dogs and cats and can be mildly toxic to humans.

 

  • It was first documented by August Grisebach in 1879 as Senecio peregrinus, using the Latin word “dolphin” for its appearance.