Cotyledon Happy Young Lady grows in an upright mound habit with grey-green finger foliage, tipped with a touch of deep purple. Cotyledons are often bushy plants and are somewhat hardier than most of the crassula family. They are originally from South Africa, Namibia, Abyssinia and the Middle East. Established plants can be pruned to keep the desired size or shape.
This cotyledon plant grows showy, upright foliage. Has pretty salmon color, bell shaped flowers in summer. Fertilize regularly for best results. Plant in full to part sun. Water lightly. It is heat and drought tolerant. Adaptable as a houseplant. Makes a wonderful container plant. Easy care succulent plant. Crassulaceae family. Not cold hardy.
18-24" High, 12-24" Diameter
You'll receive approx. a 3-4" pot sized plant.
All plants are shipped bare root with an established, healthy root system.
Cold Hardiness Zones:
9-11; View Map
Cold Hardy to 20° to 30°F
These are often bushy plants and slightly hardier than most crassula family. Most are originally from South Africa, Namibia, Abyssinia and the Middle East. The leaves come in a wide range of shapes and textures. Cotyledon succulent plants have bell-shaped flowers that grow on a thin stem above the plant. The flower stem grows from the center of the plant. Cotyledons are very showy in both the garden and containers. Full sun is prefered, but they can also grow in part shade. Established plants can be trimmed down to the desired size and shape.