Where does succulent come from?
Dudleya attenuata ssp. orcuttii, a dicot, is a perennial herb that is native to California, Baja California.Dudleya attenuata ssp. orcuttii is a rare native perennial herb that grows in Southern California, primarily in the South Coast region. It tends to grow in bluffs, at elevations from 0-200 feet.Also called Dudleya attenuata ssp. attenuata.
What succulent looks like?
Blade often purplish, linear to linear-oblanceolate and somewhat clavate, terete or flattened adaxially towards base, 2-10 × 0.2-0.5 cm, 2-5 mm thick, to 2 times wider than thick, base 5-15 mm wide, surfaces farinose, not viscid, not oily.
How to take care succulent?
Exposition: sunny to half shady
Temperature: keep over 6°C / 43°F
Soil: keep moderately moist