Senecio medley-woodii is a small plant that grows up to 5 feet tall. It is adapted to subtropical to warm temperate climates and grows best in full sun. It also tolerates moderate water but can survive both wet and dry conditions. The leaves are yellow-green with white, velvety patches. The flowers are yellow or orange and bloom intermittently throughout the summer.
This plant can be grown in USDA Zones 9-11. In colder regions, it can be grown in a pot and brought inside during cold temperatures. Plant it in full sun to light shade in a well-drained soil and irrigate occasionally to very little. Pruning is not necessary but can be done to maintain the desired shape. This plant is fairly low-maintenance and makes for an excellent choice for landscapes and gardens in warmer climates.