A succulent from the Canary Islands and Morocco. With thick branches, rosette-shaped leaves and flowers that appear in winter. It can be shaped into a bonsai.
Suitable for pets
A succulent from the Canary Islands and Morocco.
A canary succulent in the shape of a rosette. Yellow flowers can appear in winter. It is very hardy in all conditions.
Can be toxic if the leaves are ingested.
An excessive quantity of water can make it rot.
- Light: it prefers indirect light.
- Watering Moderate: only when the substratum is dry.
- Humidity: it does not love humidity, do not spray it.
- Top tip: Direct sun can burn it, but it is good if it receives many hours of light. Wipe its leaves with a dry cloth to help it photosynthesise
Immortelle has many skin benefits similar to Aloe: antiseptic, astringent and anti-inflammatory.
In ancient times it was thought to be a sacred plant created directly by the gods.
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