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This is a very elaborate flowering species. It forms small rosettes with dark green, narrow, velvety leaves, that are adorned with reddish edges. It has flowering stems that have bright orange flowers.

Origin: Mexico

Plant Type: Succulent

Size: 6 to 12”

Propagation: Take clippings of rosettes from the main stalk and replant in well draining soil to propagate this plant.

Growth Habit: Shrubbing rosette

Light: Partial to full sun.

Water: This plant can highly tolerate episodes of drought. In this case, just water the plant around once or twice a week. Water it less during the winter period to prevent it from root rot. Also make sure that the drainage system is excellent, use a well draining soil

Zone: 9 to 11

Temperature: This succulent thrives well in warm climates. In fact, it can highly tolerate drought as much as the other plants under this species.

Fertilizer: Regularly apply fertilizer during its growth season from spring time through the summer season. Do this at least once or twice a week.

Tips: Always be on the lookout for mealy bugs as it may infest the plant especially when the plant has too many fallen leaves. To help with this, be sure to clean up around the base of the rosette.