Adromischus rupicola is a little plant composed of a little rosette of few flat leaves, more of less 10 centimeters high. It has short and prostrate stems. The root is a large tuber. Leaves are almost round, flat, gray green, with red-brown spots. The flowering period is in December-January. Flowers are yellow-green, with 2.5-5 mm long lobes. They are attached to a 20-30 centimeters long stem (the botanical name for this inflorescence is “thyrse”).
Adromischus rupicola needs a well-drained soil. It can survive at a minimum temperature of 5° C (Until -7°C for small periods!). You should water it during it growing period (spring and summer): in its natural habitat, actually, it receives rain mostly in spring. In winter leave the soil dry. Adromischus rupicola doesn’t like humidity: she must have a very dry atmosphere.
Ceramic pot not included but they are available in my store.
Happy Growing :)
** some plants may have scaring on the leaves, this is just from transportation and as the plant grows the leaves can be removed or will grow out themselves depending on the plant.
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