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Drought Tolerant

Succulent- Dudleya

Dudleya edulis
Common Name: San Diego Dudleya, Lady Fingers, Fingertips, String Bean plant

Botanical Name: Dudleya edulis

Family: Crassulaceae

Description: Evergreen succulent native to northern Baja and coastal southern California

Sun: Full or part sun

Water: Once per month

Soil: Prefers well-draining

Habit and form: Growth to about 1 foot wide and tall; grey/green finger-like leaves

Flower type: Small inflorescence

Flower color & bloom season: Creamy white flowers from May to June

Uses, if any, for plant and/or flowers: Attractive in containers and rock gardens

Pruning time & method: None required

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