Cotyledon orbiculata var. oblonga 'Flavida'
Common Name: Finger Aloe
South African succulent with long grayish-white chalky-looking finger-like leaves. The plant spreads out to form a small low shrub or ground cover, about four feet wide and two feet high. In spring a cluster of peach bell-shaped flowers dangle from 12-18 inch tall stems. This succulent is toxic.
- Plant in full sun to light shade
- Best in well-drained soil
- Drought tolerant
- Hardy up to 25-30 degrees
-Native to South Africa