This is a striking variegated chimera with white longitudinal stripes
that forms fast beautiful clusters. It is highly variable and offsets
Description: Spreading stemless ground cover rosette succulent, up
to15cm in diameter.
Leaves: Succulent soft and glassy (almost transparent) they are nicely
variegated with light-green and white longitudinal strips with varying
amounts of variegation. Regularly there appear some normal (not
variegated) green or totally white offsets.
Cultivation: There's no difference in cultivation from usual plants of
this type. Though it grows more slowly.
Exposure: Needs light shade to shade.
Watering needs: regular water (They enjoy
a little water during winter period too) but do not overwater as they
will most likely wind up with root rot, and do not water again until
dry! Hardy to -1°C.
The normal green and totally white offsets should be eliminated.
Propagation: Offsets (New plants are freely produced basally between the
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