Description: A dwarf Cotyledon has small green leaves with reddish to pink margins on the leaves. Grows as a ground cover so will typically spill out of a pot, making it perfect for hanging baskets or kept as an ornate ground cover.
Flowers: Stems grow with a cluster of red-orange bells with re-curved petal tips.
Size: Shrub like succulent grows in clusters, and the leaves range in size up to 3 cm long. Shrubs reach 10cm tall.
Growing Season: Autumn and Spring. Dormancy period through the summer.
Origin: South Africa
Positioning: Part to full sun
Care Instructions: Very hardy succulents that will withstand the cold but will not handle frosts. Give plenty of water but keep dry during the winter. Allow the soil to dry out completely in between thorough watering.