Adromischus cristatus "Key Lime Pie"
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With its undulating leaf tips, the "delicious," crinkled pale-green succulent treat known as key lime pie adds interest to any arrangement. Its loose rosette of fuzzy, plump leaves contrasts nicely with rose-shaped succulents such as aeoniums and graptopetalums, as well as sedums and anacampseros. The flowers of Adromischus cristatus appear on long stems and are tubular and whitish with reddish markings. Excellent for a brightly lit atrium or windowsill as well as in rock gardens in temperate environments. Recommended pairings: Graptopetalum paraguayense, Sedum rubrotinctum 'Aurora' Bloom time: Spring Size: Up to 4-6 inches tall and 1-2 feet wide Plant in porous soil with extra drainage Bright light with ample airflow Water thoroughly when soil is dry to the touch Hardiness: USDA Zone 9b (25-30° F)