Bear’s paw is cool enough, but variegated bear’s paw?!? This fuzzy, kid-friendly succulent from South Africa is a neat one for plant people of all ages. Leaves are striated with yellow, and some leaves are entirely yellow, giving the plant a very colorful appearance. That along with the prominent notched teeth at the leaf tips that give the foliage a paw-like look. Forms dense, low-growing mats. Clusters of yellowish-orange bell-shaped flowers in late spring. Bright light for best form with ample airflow. One could go freakishly fuzzy by pairing bear’s paw with multiple panda plant forms and felty echeverias.
Please Note: Leaves are very fragile and may fall off during shipping. If your plant is missing some leaves upon arrival, just know they will grow back over time.
Light: Bright indirect light is best - covered porch/patio, sunny window sill
Water: Allow the soil to dry out between waterings
Pets: Toxic - use caution