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Lewisia cotyledon Overview
This species produces an evergreen rosette of succulent foliage. The plants can be difficult to grow, but are well worth the challenge, they produce beautiful flowers with a rosette-forming habit. The flowers are pink to purple. Grow in semi-shade with well drained, humus-rich, neutral to acidic soil. They are suitable alpine houses, rock gardens, containers and greenhouses. The evergreen perennial has flat rosettes of spoon-shaped or inversely lance-shaped, dark green leaves. From spring to summer it produces compact panicles of many open funnel-shaped, paler and darker striped, usually pinkish purple, sometimes white, cream, yellow or apricot.
Common problems with Lewisia cotyledon
How to propagate Lewisia cotyledon
You can propagate herbaceous species from seed in spring or autumn. Evergreen species from seed in spring or offsets in summer. Seed of L.cotyledon hybrids may not come true.
Other uses of Lewisia cotyledon
Rock garden, container, walls