Edithcolea Grandis ~ Persian Carpet Plant

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  • Origin: Edithcolea grandis, commonly known as the Persian Carpet Flower, is native to East Africa and Arabian peninsula.
  • Common Name(s): Persian Carpet 
  • Latin Name: Edithcolea grandis.
  • General Care: The Persian Carpet Flower is a unique and captivating succulent with distinctive pokie stem. It thrives in well-draining soil and prefers bright, indirect light. Water sparingly, allowing the soil to dry out between waterings. This succulent is known for its unusual appearance and makes an excellent addition to succulent collections, rock gardens, or as a standalone statement piece.
  • Growing Period: Edithcolea grandis has a slow growth rate and blooms November-April 
  • Soil Recommendations: Use a well-draining succulent or cactus potting mix. Incorporate sand or perlite for improved drainage.
  • Hardiness Zones: Edithcolea grandis is typically grown as a houseplant and is not frost-tolerant. It prefers warm temperatures.
  • Light Needs: Provide bright, indirect light for optimal growth. This succulent can tolerate some direct sunlight, but avoid prolonged exposure to intense rays.
  • Pet Safety: While Edithcolea grandis is not commonly reported as toxic to pets, it's always a good practice to keep plants out of reach of pets.

You will receive a similar plant in size shipped semi-bare root for pots larger than 2.5. Your plant may not have flower buds present at the time of shipping. Please consider ordering a heat pack if your sustained temperatures are below 38 degrees.