Cotyledon sp. ‘Chalk Fingers’

Common Name: Chalk Fingers

Cotyledon species, commonly known as Chalk Fingers can be planted on a dry slope, raised garden bed, in a rock garden, or wall for a beautiful mound of finger-like leaves that are purple under-toned, covered with a white powder. It’s a very easy and durable plant to grow as long as it is in full sun, not overwatered, and has excellent drainage. Keep quite dry during the hot Summer season. In the Winter, it will reward you with beautiful pastel orange flowers that hang from the flower stem like small bells.

  • Type: Succulent
  • Exposure: Full Sun
  • Height: 6 Inches
  • Width: 2 Feet
  • Hardy To: 19° F
  • Blooms: Orange during Winter to Spring