Cool & showy, fluffy, golden yellow flowers tipped with maroon explode into bloom Spring till Summer on this unusual & very rare succulent small shrub from South Africa. To 18” tall, the glistening leaves make the plant look like it’s covered in dew. Fast growing, low maintenance, heat & drought tolerant, D. bicolor will thrive in hot, dry, rock gardens, as well as in mixed borders & containers. If they get woody over time,
They grow easily from seed. To speed up germination, allow the seeds to soak in hot water for a day before sowing. Do not boil the seeds in the water. Sow seeds in autumn or summer in a seed tray of river sand, scatter over a large area, as overcrowding of seeds will cause damping off. Care should be taken to sprinkle the sown area lightly with river sand. Place seed tray in a sunny position, keep the soil medium moist (use a mist sprayer) and after two weeks the seeds will germinate
Price is for 5 seeds.
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