Fenestraria rhopalophylla ‘Baby Toes’
Fenestraria, also known as baby toes, are among the cutest succulents known. And they are easy to grow.
Fenestraria is dormant in summer and actively growing and utilizing water in the winter. It needs dry soil during its dormancy.
The name comes from the Latin word fenestra, meaning window. The name refers to the leaf windows at the tip of each leaf. In their native habitat of south-eastern Namibia and South Africa, Fenestraria grows in full sun, buried deep in the desert sands with nothing but these translucent leaf window tips exposed.
Supplied in 70mm pot.