Aloinopsis rosulata

Size: 2.5"

A low-growing succulent reaching only 2 inches high and 4 inches across, the thick and leathery leaves of Aloinopsis rosulatasport shades of deep green to rich purple, when exposed to adequate amounts of sunlight. A winter grower, this variety will send up stunning daisy-like flowers during this season, which are pale pink accented by red striping.

With both a thick taproot and leaves designed for water storage, overwatering is the most common challenge for this succulent. Water in accordance with the ‘soak and dry’ method during the winter and springtime – but once the blooms begin to senesce, reduce the frequency of watering even further to avoid issues with rot during the plant’s dormancy period. Bright sunlight is also a must have for Aloinopsis rosulata, as is extremely porous soil in a well-draining pot.

Hardy down to Zone 8, this variety can survive chillier temperatures than most succulents, but still prefers some protection during the coldest winter months.

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