Dunce s Cap
Orostachys iwarenge is a cute, little small succulent with soft lavender-gray leaves. The glaucous, grey/brown, up to 2 inches wide, fleshy rosettes, spread by short stolons to form an up to 1 inch tall and 18 inches wide patch. In late summer to early fall, the rosettes are topped with up to 4 inches all towers jammed with tiny creamy flowers. A rosette usually flowers in the second or third year. Each spike is cone-shaped and resembles a dunce's cap, hence the common name. The flowering rosette dies after producing flowers but the younger offsets that have yet to produce flowers remain.
Easily grown in dry to medium well-drained sandy soils in full sun. Tolerates light shade. Tolerates drought, but prefers somewhat consistent watering. Avoid wet soils in winter. Plantlets may be removed, rooted in a moist medium and planted in other locations.
Suitable for Rock garden. Small ground cover. Accent. Containers.
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