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Dudleya farinosa is native to the coastline of northern California and Oregon. It is found on bluffs and hillsides. One are where it is found is the Monterey Cypress forests at Point Lobos and Del Monte Forest in Monterey County, California. Dudleya farinosa is a beautiful plant with striking red foliage in the dry season. Easy to grow in coastal areas if you make sure it’s in very well-draining soils in full sun or part shade. It's often grown in pots and is a great choice for rock walls. Hummingbirds are attracted to Dudleya farinosa along the coast in its natural range. The leaves are generally pale green and often have edges or tips of red. It bears a branching flower cluster with many pale to bright yellow flowers. The plants on the left have been in the sun and are showing their color.