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Succulent Cotyledon Tomentosa aka Bear's Paw - 4" Pot

Succulent Cotyledon Tomentosa aka Bear's Paw - 4" Pot

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Cotyledon tomentosa, commonly known as Bear's Paw or Panda Plant, is a charming succulent plant appreciated for its fuzzy, paw-shaped leaves and compact growth habit.

The leaves of Cotyledon tomentosa are its standout feature. They are thick and fleshy, with a dense covering of fine white hairs that give them a soft, fuzzy texture. The leaves are gray-green in color and have a shape reminiscent of bear paws or panda paws, which is why it is commonly called Bear's Paw or Panda Plant.

Light Requirements: Bear's Paw succulents prefer bright, indirect light. They can tolerate some direct sunlight, especially in the morning or late afternoon, but too much direct sunlight can cause the leaves to burn. Place them near a window with filtered light or provide artificial lighting if needed.

Watering: Cotyledon tomentosa has typical succulent watering needs. Allow the soil to dry out partially between waterings, then water thoroughly and allow any excess water to drain away. Avoid overwatering, as succulents are prone to root rot. In the winter months, when the plant is in its dormant period, reduce watering frequency.

Soil and Potting: Bear's Paw succulents require well-draining soil to prevent excess moisture retention. Use a specialized succulent or cactus potting mix, or create your own by combining regular potting soil with coarse sand or perlite. Ensure the pot has drainage holes to allow water to escape.

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