Plant care best practices
They are very hard plants. Coming from South parts of Africa, they grow mostly in the dry and arid regions. Due to that, they thrive on less water and store water in the leaves that they have. Thus leaves are always fleshy where they keep the food and water. They are soft and spongy. They do not like full and direct sun. It will burn the leaves of the plant. Thus they need to be kept in shade and indirect sunlight. They need to be watered carefully and no overwatering should be done. The soil needs to be well drained. Mostly sandy soil will be good. They can survive in high temperatures. The nutrients need to be replenished by using organic fertilizers or vermicompost.
|Pot size||5 inches|
|Plant height||4 inches|
|Plant spread||4 inches|
Once received, open it and water it. Keep in in partial sunlight for a week before repotting.
Indirect bright sunlight
Planting medium needs
Well drained soil. No water logging
Only when the soil is dry. Do not overwater
Once every month. organic mix can be given
Brown leaves : Due to overwatering. Maintain less water.
Bugs / mites : Clean it with a cloth. they will go away.
Burned leaves : Exposure to sun.