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Cotyledon Happy Young Lady

Cotyledon Happy Young Lady

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Meet the Cotyledon Happy Young Lady - a charming succulent with pale, white leaves and a special shape. It grows upright, and its long, finger-like leaves point upwards. These leaves have a soft, white layer and a hint of red at their ends. In the fall, it even sprouts tall stems with pretty coral-colored flowers. Perfect for adding a touch of elegance to your plant collection

- Native to: South Africa
- Hardiness: Tender soft succulent, susceptible to frost
- Zone: Suitable for zones 10
- Recommended light conditions: Partial Sun
- Bloomtime: Spring
- Bloom Color: Pink

Indoors: Instead of providing your succulents with small amounts of water throughout the week, it is advisable to thoroughly soak the soil until water drains from the pot's drainage holes. Ensure that any excess water in the saucer is discarded, as succulents prefer not to sit in water. Allow the soil to completely dry out before watering again.

Outdoors: During the summer, water your succulents every two weeks by giving them a deep soak and allowing the soil to dry before watering again. In the winter, watering once a month is sufficient.

Plant Description

Meet the Cotyledon Happy Young Lady - a charming succulent with pale, white leaves and a special shape. It grows upright, and its long, finger-like leaves point upwards. These leaves have a soft, white layer and a hint of red at their ends. In the fall, it even sprouts tall stems with pretty coral-colored flowers. Perfect for adding a touch of elegance to your plant collection

Specifications and Regions:

- Native to: South Africa
- Hardiness: Tender soft succulent, susceptible to frost
- Zone: Suitable for zones 10
- Recommended light conditions: Partial Sun
- Bloomtime: Spring
- Bloom Color: Pink

Watering and Light Recommendations:

Indoors: Instead of providing your succulents with small amounts of water throughout the week, it is advisable to thoroughly soak the soil until water drains from the pot's drainage holes. Ensure that any excess water in the saucer is discarded, as succulents prefer not to sit in water. Allow the soil to completely dry out before watering again.

Outdoors: During the summer, water your succulents every two weeks by giving them a deep soak and allowing the soil to dry before watering again. In the winter, watering once a month is sufficient.

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