Succulent Gardening: The Art of Nature

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Fenestraria aka baby toes

Fenestraria aka "Baby Toes" are from the deserts of South Africa. Fenestraria belong to family of Aizoaceae "Baby Toes". They have finger-like leaves in upright clusters. Each "finger" has a translucent "window" at the tip, and it is through this window that the harsh African sunlgiht if filtered to enable photosynthesis. Extra pumice or perlite provides excellent drainage essential to these type of plants. Requires bright light to prevent "stretching" of the leaves. Water thoroughly when soil is dry to the touch. Will not tolerate water-logged soils. Somewhat frost tolerant, but protection is advisable to prevent scarring.
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