Striking rosette-shaped succulent plants with thick spear-shaped. The leaves are broadly striped from side to side with bands of olive green and white and have a narrow white edge. They do not demand a lot of attention.
Minimum all year 10 °C (50 °C)
Soil: A soil-lessmixed with 20% sharp sand.
Where to: In summer, may be placed out of doors in full sun. In winter, keep in a light frost-free position.
Watering requirements: Keep soil moist, rather less so in winter. Succulents can survive under-to a high degree. Spraying and are unnecessary.
Feeding and fertilizer: They needwith weak liquid fertilizer only two or three times per season.
Rest and care: In winter growth slows; less water is needed. Place in light, frost-free, sheltered position.
When it looks sick:
Browned edges to sections of the leaves : This is usually caused by a combination of mistreatments. Harsh sunlight through glass coupled with gross under-may cause it. Widely fluctuating temperatures, coupled with draughts and gross under-watering have an identical effect.
The plant is rocky and loose in the soil : Stop over-watering. Allow the soil to dry out and then water sparingly. The looseness is the result of-rot weakening the plant’s hold in sodden soil.