This succulent has compact rosettes with an orangish pink shade. The colors of the leaves are copper-gold with streaks of yellow, pink, and green overtones. This succulent is perfect for color contrast in succulent arrangements and succulent wedding florals.
Origin: Garden (nursery-produced cultivar)
Plant Type: Succulent
Size: 6 to 12”
Propagation: This succulent can tolerate full sunlight however the best exposure is partial-sunlight. Because of the origin of this plant, the rosettes can readily tolerate the heat and drought. There are two main propagation methods: division of individual leaves or division of offshoots. Root them in dry vermicule or sand. Rosettes that break off can be re-planted to create another plant. Leaves that drop off below its parent plant can quickly produce a brand new rosette. Because the cuttings and the leaves effortlessly root, this type of succulent is one of the easiest to propagate.
Growth Habit: Rosette
Light: Partial to full sun.
Water: During summer time, the plant will need more water compared to the other succulents. Water this succulent when dry. Water only when the soil is completely dry again. This is important to prevent the roots from rotting due to soggy soil. Also make sure to place it where fresh air is abundant.
Zone: 9 to 11
Temperature: Warm dry climates. Avoid freezing temperatures as much as you can, even if this succulent can rebound from a frozen state.
Fertilizer: Apply fertilizer during the grow season from spring time through summer, once or twice a week.
Tips: Watch out for scales and aphids. This succulent tends to encounter mealy bug infestations frequently. Using fertilizer will help boost the plants natural resistance to pests.