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Faucaria tigrina

Faucaria tigrina aka tiger jaws are native to South Africa. The genus faucaria belongs to the aizoaceae family and contains nine members, of which the tiger jaws (faucaria tigrina) is the most popular. The yellow blooms open in the afternoon and close at night. They tolerate shade but do best in a sunny location. As with all succulents, use a well draining soil and water from spring to fall. Always allow to dry out between watering. Fertilize only spring to fall. The plant is actually more green than it looks.

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