Cotyledon orbiculata is a succulent plant with thick stems and leaves that are chalk-white with burgundy margins.
This listing is for two unrooted cuttings of Cotyledon orbiculata, 2-3” long each.
These succulent plants are extremely drought tolerant and require very little water once they are well-rooted, even during peak growth season.
These plants bloom relatively bell-shaped peach colored flowers!
USDA Zone: 9-11
Thrives in full sun to some part shade.
Planting and Care:
Plant the calloused cuttings in soil and wait a week or more before watering regularly (signs of new growth is a good time to start watering). Do not overwater. Soil should always be dry before next next watering.
Peak growth season: Spring /Fall
Propagation: Propagate from cuttings during growth season, or by seed.