Fuzzy Bear Claw Succulents Exist and They Look Like They Are Made of Felt and Cotton.

Fuzzy Bear Claw Succulents Exist and They Look Like They Are Made of Felt and Cotton.

There Fuzzy Bear Claw Succulents are a must-have for all the succulent lovers out there.

We have talked about a number of different succulents on this platform. Apparently, succulents come in different shapes, sizes, and colors. My favorite were these blush pink succulents until I came across the fuzzy bear claw succulents. They are so cute and adorable, almost cuddly.




I had heard of these before but never knew they were real.




You can see why these adorable little plants are called bear claw succulents.
They go by the official name of Cotyledon tomentosa and are characterized by their thick and fuzzy green leaves with dark, red-toothed ends.




The plant can reach a maximum height of 30 centimeters as they grow. However, they are still considered as a low-lying plant.
These fuzzy bear claws are not all that Cotyledon tomentosa has to offer. In spring, the succulent blooms with beautiful orange, bell-shaped flowers that also have a fuzzy look.




Just look at these beauties. They would make a beautiful addition to anyone’s indoor as well as outdoor garden. However, if you plant them indoors, make sure they get at least 6 hours of sunlight every day. You can also invest in a full spectrum light for indoor plants.




Apart from this, thee beautiful succulents are pretty low maintenance. They only need to be watered when the soil gets completely dry. Thus, they are perfect for people who occasionally forget to water their plants.




As far as outdoor care is concerned, plant them somewhere they will get enough shade and sunlight. Scorching sun can kill them. Moreover, ensuring that the soil is well-drained is pretty important. So that they are not over watered when it rains.




These beauties are easily available on places like Amazon, Etsy, or Succulents Box.




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Article Source: Diply

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