Cotyledon pendens, named also Cliff Cotyledon, is a beautiful trailing succulent belonging to the Crassulaceae family. This rare succulent is native to Eastern Cape in South Africa.
These unique succulents have thick, chalky, grey-green, and whitish leaves with pretty reddish margins. This beautiful coloration can change depending on the season, temperature, drought and light intensity. During spring and summer, Cotyledon pendens produces hanging, coral, bell-shaped flowers at the ends of the branches - as seen in the photo.
You will receive a 4" pot, similar to the one shown in the photos. Flowering photo shown is a 6" plant but most plants will NOT be flowering when shipped.
Light: Provide very bright but indirect light. A bit of morning sun would be fine but protect from hot afternoon sun as the leaves may burn.
Water: Protect from overwatering. Water only when the soil has dried out. Do not water during dormancy which are generally winter months but may vary depending upon where you live.
Pets: TOXIC - keep out of reach.
*ANTICIPATED AVAILABILITY SAT 12/23