Duvalia sulcata

SKU: MYBG-SUCC-DUVA-CRED
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Rs.595
Pot size: 3"

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Maroon

Flower Color

Non Fragrant

Fragrance

Summer

Flowering Season

Low

Maintenance

Outdoor

Use

Outdoor Sun

Sunlight Requirement

Yes

With Pots

Small

Size

Twice A Week

Water Requirement

Product Description

Duvalia sulcata subs. seminuda is a mottled grey-green four-angled succulent with long soft teeth and ascending stems.

Duvalia Sulcata SSP Seminduda

Family

Asclepiadaceae

Native

Yemen & Saudi Arabia

Description

Duvalia sulcata subs. seminuda is a mottled grey-green four-angled succulent with long soft teeth and ascending stems. It can form wide carpets which, at the right moment, can carry many flowers. The star-like flowers have shiny bright brownish-red corolla lobes tipped with either red or white hairs, but unlike the normal Duvalia sulcata the annulus is glabrous. Apart from the presence or absence of hairs on the annulus, the colour of Duvalia sulcata subs. seminuda is a deep purplish-red with, very occasionally, one or two hairs on the annulus and the lobes are usually thinner; conversely the standard Duvalia sulcata is always a flesh-pink with usually larger lobes with a dense crown of long, white hairs on the annulus. The scent of the flowers is foetid, but often almost not perceptible, if any. The flowers are usually 2.5 cm wide.

Environment

Duvalia are relatively easy to grow. They should be treated as an outdoor plant as they will easily rot indoors and cannot flower without exposure to outdoor temperature fluctuations. They should be grown under cover so that watering can be controlled. The plant require ample amount of sunlight to promote flowering and maintain a well-shaped plant. Very shady positions will produce very poor flowering. Duvalia plants can survive high temperature in summer months so most growth is in spring and autumn, with flowering in autumn when the weather starts to cool down. They all need good drainage.

Landscape Uses

Makes an attractive landscape plant and or container patio plant where some height is needed, being an attractive accent plant, Suited for window sill.

Most succulents need to be watered twice a week during summers and only once in monsoon & winters. Varieties like Haworthias, Crassulas and Gasterias are well suited for low-light indoors and window-sills. If the leaves get too bulky, it is a sign of overwatering & if the leaves look shrivelled it is a sign of less watering.

As a general rule of thumb, all the ones with colourful leaves like Echeverias, Sedeveria and Graptopetalum like bright sunlight and semi shade in extreme summers. They cannot be kept indoors or in full shade. All succulents love morning sun.

You can fertilise your succulent once a month.

Watering tips : Make sure NOT to water on the plant itself. Water directly in the soil. You can use a cup or a glass to make sure the water does not spray on leaves. When watering, make sure water comes out of the drainage hole.

You can check our video on how to water succulents on : https://youtu.be/GnzodkMYcmg
Most succulents need to be watered twice a week during summers and only once in monsoon & winters. Varieties like Haworthias, Crassulas and Gasterias are well suited for low-light indoors and window-sills. If the leaves get too bulky, it is a sign of overwatering & if the leaves look shrivelled it is a sign of less watering.

As a general rule of thumb, all the ones with colourful leaves like Echeverias, Sedeveria and Graptopetalum like bright sunlight and semi shade in extreme summers. They cannot be kept indoors or in full shade. All succulents love morning sun.

You can fertilise your succulent once a month.

Watering tips : Make sure NOT to water on the plant itself. Water directly in the soil. You can use a cup or a glass to make sure the water does not spray on leaves. When watering, make sure water comes out of the drainage hole.

You can check our video on how to water succulents on : https://youtu.be/GnzodkMYcmg

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