The Flapjack succulent, also known as Paddle Succulent, is named for its wide, fleshy leaves that grow in rosette clusters. These leaves are typically green to pale white with a splash of red along the edges. This vibrant red colour appears as the plant matures if it is growing in ideal conditions. The flapjack succulent prefers lots of bright light; however, avoid direct sun during summer months as it may burn the leaves.
As with other succulents, flapjack is slow-growing, stylish, and low maintenance. Since it is a desert plant, it prefers a dry environment and its soil should be allowed to fully dry before being watered.
- Plants that require medium to high light will grow best in sunny spots where they can receive filtered or direct sunlight. They make the perfect plants for any well-lit room in your house. Be sure to avoid direct afternoon sun in the summer .
- Allow soil to completely dry between thorough waterings.