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Polvygie - Cactus/Succulents
Every 14 days
60° - 85°
The Polvygie is a South African native short growing succulent. This clump-forming stone plant has glossy blue-green leaves and attractive golden-yellow flowers. The leaves are fleshy and triangular, oblong shaped that store water and grow different tapered lengths.
1 /2 cup of water
Using the soak and dry method, it is best to water your plant and allow it to completely dry before watering it again. Take care not to overwater this as it will die.
60° - 85°
Moderate to High Temperature
Low to Average Humidity
Fertilization is not needed for this plant.
Repot your Polvygie once every two years or once it outgrows its pot.
Loamy Soil is well-draining and fertile soil. It is equal parts sand/silt/clay. This soil type tends to be acidic but is high in nutrients and retains moisture very well.