Dunce Cap
Dunce Cap
Dunce Cap

Dunce Cap


  • This Dunce Cap ships in a 3.5"cup
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Orostachys Iwarenge - Dunce Cap is a lavender succulent with cone-shaped rosettes. It is monocarpic, but produces offsets on the long stems that shoot out from the main rosette allowing for easy propagation. The main plant dies back following blooming but the plant spreads by basal side shoots and easily reseeds itself to ensure more plants year after year. A hardy succulent for cold climates. 

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Drought tolerant once established.

Red /Pink flowers, non-fragrant

Pet safe, non-toxic

Additional features: Drought Tolerant and Pet Safe

This Dunce Cap ships established in a 3.5" Cup.

Size: Mature size can reach up to 5" tall and 18" wide

Light: Full Sun outdoors or bring indoor light

Hardiness Zone: 6 - 10 When grown outside, you’ll notice that it will go dormant and appear dead in the winter months, but it will grow back in the spring.

Characteristics: Orostachys iwarenge “Dunce Cap” adds excellent ground cover to succulent gardens. If grown in container gardens, its offsets trail down. “Dunce Cap” grows in mats, but then as it matures, the rosettes grow taller into a fuller cone shape.

Soil & Water: Allow to dry completely between watering. Gritty, fast draining soil.

Use cactus soil or well draining soil with perlite or sand for additional drainage.

Ensure the pot has drainage holes as succulents cannot tolerate standing water.

Allow soil to completely dry before watering.

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Hardiness zone for this plant: 6 - 10

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Dunce Cap

This succulents name derives from its spires of silvery-lavender cone-shaped rosettes that emerge from their center. Their cones eventually have the possibility of flower under the right conditions. These plants are considered monocarpic meaning they live in a perpetual life and death cycle. Once the rosette blooms they will die off, luckily the plant produces numerous offsets which can be propagated into other plants and continue the cycle.

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