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Cotyledon orbiculata Takbok 3

$2.91

Serrated leaves with a chocolate hue

 

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Cotyledon orbiculata Takbok 3

Origin: South Africa

One of the unique "Takbok" forms where the plants produce leaves with serrated edges. This form has a reddish-brown hue when grown in bright sunlight.

Plant size: Well established plants, the plant are in 10 cm pots.

About Cotyledon

Cotyledon is a small sized genus of easy-growing succulent shrub-like plants, ranging from small compact sprawling species to larger shrubs. The leaves vary from smooth, covered with a powdery substance, sticky to being covered in hairs. The species in South African is commonly referred to as "Varkoor Plakkies" in Afrikaans. It is a widespread genus, found in South Africa. The variability in the genus presents an array of plant forms, sizes, leaf shapes, colours and textures. This spectrum of features makes them excellent plants for container gardening, the rockery or used in larger landscapes.

Caring for your Cotyledon

Pot: Cotyledon plants does very well in containers, some species like C. orbiculata is best suited to the garden

Soil: The plants are very willing and can adapt to most spoils.

Light: The brighter the light the more colourful and compact your plant will be. Although some Cotyledon can grow indoors, bright or direct sunlight is required for optimal growth.

Water: The plants prefer watering every week or two, but well established plants can tolerate prolonged droughts.

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