New Succulent: Dunce’s Cap

Isn't this plant beautiful?  It's a hens-and-chicks type of propagator.

Isn't this plant beautiful? It's a hens-and-chicks type of propagator.

This new succulent, Orostachys iwarenge (Chinese Dunce’s Cap), seems to love the sunshine.  It looks dainty and delicate, and yet it isn’t fragile.  I’ve already started propagating it.

I bought several plants this weekend that all, supposedly, love sun.  But this was one of the few that didn’t wither the first hot afternoon.

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One Response to “New Succulent: Dunce’s Cap”

  1. Fake Hens-and-Chicks? « Labyrinth Garden Says:

    […] two plants appear to be  the  hens-and-chicks type propagation  in plants that I’ve recently talked about.  It’s not.  It is two separate plants, an Iris (without blooms) with a liatris growing up […]

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