-About X Pachyveria ‘Clavifolia’-
X Pachyveria ‘Clavifolia’ is a beautiful succulent with a short stem and fleshy, grey-green leaves. And the tips and margins of the leaves are pink. It can produce star-shaped orange-red flowers in spring.
-How to care for X Pachyveria ‘Clavifolia’-
Sun/Location: X Pachyveria ‘Clavifolia can thrive in full and partial sun. It can be placed outdoors in spring and fall to get full sunlight. Shade is required to avoid sunburn in summer. In winter, it can't tolerate frosts well. It needs to be protected from frostbite. Click here to learn how to care for succulents in winter.
Soil/Pot: Succulents must live in well-draining, porous cactus soil. To create an adequate the proper drainage system, overwatering is fatal.
Watering: As a Pachyphytum succulent, 'Clavifolia' grow as winter begins when the succulent needs more water. It doesn't mean the succulent variety sits in the water for a long time. Allow the soil to dry completely before water, and try not to wet its leaves.
Propagation: You can easily propagate X Pachyveria ‘Clavifolia’ through leaf cuttings. Simply select a healthy leaf, let it dry for a few days, and then place it in well-draining soil. Keep the soil lightly moist until new roots and plantlets form. Click here to learn how to propagate succulents from leaves.
Primary color: grey-green
Secondary color: pink
Bloom color: orange-red
Cold hardiness: Zone 9a to 11b (from 20F to 50F )
Product format: rooted in a 2-inch nursery pot
Suitability: balcony, window, garden
Propagation: leaf cutting
Special characteristic: easy to propagate