Fingertips, Lady Fingers, and Dead Man's Fingers
A slow growing succulent. The finger-like leaves are pale green or yellow green, cylindrical and pointed, growing up to eight inches tall by one foot wide. The tips of the fingers often turn orange or red during the summer with white flower clusters. you can remove flower stems as needed and leave dry foliage alone-it helps stabilize the plant.
-Full sun, part shade
-Well drained rocky sandstone soils, tolerates sand and clay
- Great companion plant under evergreen oaks
-Hardy to 10 degrees
-Attracts, hummingbirds, birds, and butterflies