Fenestraria rhopalophylla


Fenestrariua rhopalophylla, “Baby Toes” Succulents, are native to subtropical desert zones in Namibia and South Africa. These clumping succulents have unique “windows” of transparent tissue that allows light to enter the tube-like leaf structures to allow for more efficient light absorption. When provided enough light and proper care, they can produce small white or yellow flowers in the spring and fall.

Provide with bright light (6-8 hours a day) and moderate watering in a well-draining, sandy soil. Like other succulents, allow soil to dry between watering. Active growing season is fall, winter, and spring (going dormant in the summer months).