4", 6", 8"
Known by a variety of common names such as "Flapjack", this thick paddle leaf succulent grows green in summer with burgundy edges which become highly colored with cooler temperatures below 60F and high light produce the best color. Often used in clusters in a bulb pan or planter, or as a single specimen. Growth can be as much as 2' wide and tall. A tall bloom spike is produced with small yellow flowers.
Water and fertilize plants from underneath avoiding wetting the leaves. Water in dry conditions. In winter, water every 6 days and in summer every 3 days. Too much water will cause the plants to stretch.