I've had this Senecio cylindricus "Silver Coral" for about 9 months. It's started changing it's habit and I'm wondering why. Originally it was a mound of upward projecting, rounded finger-like projections, now most of that foliage has been absorbed and it's put out recumbent, flattened blade-like leaves attached to a central stem. The foliage still has the same coating giving the silvery color, but now the covering doesn't crack off and the foliage feels super soft. Is this because it's going to flower (haven't seen other senecios change form to flower); any clues about what's happening? Here's a picture of the changeling and a pic of a new, little plant showing the original form. Many thanks for any ideas!