A rosette-forming succulent with cup-shaped, blue-green leaves that get a red tinge to them in bright light or full sun. Ideal for containers, rockeries, borders and garden beds. The off-shoots can easily be potted up to form new plants.
As with all succulents, a well-drained to gravelly soil is needed and it prefers a spot in full sun with very little water. Protect from frost.
|Growth Height — 15|
|Size — 100 MM|
|Light Requirements — Full sun|
|Soil Requirements — Special potting mix, Well drained soil|
If your succulent looks like it's stretching out of its pot it's a sign it's not getting enough light. Once this happens it's difficult to get your succulent back to a compact shape. You can try propagating the plant, taking a cutting one to two inches from the plant's base. Place the cutting in a shady spot and give it just a little water (make sure it's not bone-dry) and let it re-shoot new growth.
Minimal watering needed once established.