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Fenestraria aurantiaca – Baby Toes Succulent (2″ Pot)

$5.49

Fenestraria aurantiaca, or Baby Toes, is an adorable succulent with upright, ghost green leaves resembling baby toes that may flush pink in certain conditions. The genus name comes from the Latin word fenestra, meaning window. The tops of the ‘Baby Toes’ have upward-peeking, semi-transparent windows.

This is a small, slow-growing, low maintenance plant that is perfect for novice gardeners. Provide a well-drained soil away from reflected heat. Requires little water once established. Ideal in warm climate landscapes, rock gardens and container gardens, but is especially happy sitting on your windowsill as a houseplant. Protect your PRINCE OF PARADISE™ from frost!

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Fenestraria aurantiaca, or Baby Toes, is an adorable succulent with upright, ghost green leaves resembling baby toes that may flush pink in certain conditions. The genus name comes from the Latin word fenestra, meaning window. The tops of the ‘Baby Toes’ have upward-peeking, semi-transparent windows.

This is a small, slow-growing, low maintenance plant that is perfect for novice gardeners. Provide a well-drained soil away from reflected heat. Requires little water once established. Ideal in warm climate landscapes, rock gardens and container gardens, but is especially happy sitting on your windowsill as a houseplant. Protect your PRINCE OF PARADISE™ from frost!

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