Cotyledon Tomentosa is commonly known as the Bear's Paw succulent due to the shape of its leaves, which are chubby, soft and fuzzy. In botany, the term tomentose means a covering of fuzz.
Variegated plants occur when something has gone wrong with the cellular structure of the leaf or stem growth tip of the plant. It causes attractive and often irregular yellow/white leaf and/or stem patterns. They grow slower and are generally smaller than non-variegates of the same species and are often more sensitive to strong sunshine so prefer to be slightly more shaded. Variegated plants are highly desirable and can be quite expensive.
This plant will be happy in a freely draining soil mix and placed in a bright position with come direct sunlight. Water when the soil is dry. Withold watering in Autumn/Winter.
The pot size is 6cm.
£6.50 Regular Price