If you’re looking for one of the “all time” curio plants of the world, then why not a green head with green snakes for hair!? That’s what this unusual plant looks like! A central, main stem, or head bears thinner side branches that radiate outward from the center looking just like snakes. The overall form of this weird plant is flat and pan-like. During the late winter/early spring months it can be found almost covered with tiny, brilliant yellow flowers. Full sun to light, partial shade coastal and coastal plain; substantial shade in hot desert climates. Appreciates extra water and fertilizer during warm season. Very good as a potted plant, in order to bring this oddity up to eye level. Frost tender.
- Types: Cactus, Succulent
- Exposure: Full Sun to Part Shade
- Height: 3 Inches
- Width: 1 Foot
- Hardy To: 28° F
- Blooms: Yellow, Late Winter to Early Spring
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