- One Chalk liveforever plant
- One plastic nursery Pot black color Size 4-5 Inch.
- Plant Height Approx.1 to 2 Feet.
- Free Caring Guide Manual Inside The Order.
- Full sun to partial shade
- Typical water needs for a succulent
- Plant grows up to 6″ (15 cm) tall
Plant grows up to 8″ (21 cm) wide
- Zone 9a (Minimum 20° F | -6.7° C)
- Not cold hardy
- Propagation by cuttings, leaves, offsets
- Generally non-toxic to humans and animals
- Winter Dormant
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Type: Evergreen plant.
Care: Easily care and maintained.
Suitable: Outdoor & Shaded Area.
Use: Decoration and Purpose.
- The pot should be changed only Read More.
Chalk Dudley is a succulent, evergreen herb. A short, thick stem (caudex) produces a dense rosette of thick, sessile, pale leaves, up to two feet (60 cm) in diameter. Leaves are oblong to oblanceolate, up to 12 inches (30 cm) long and four inches (10 cm) wide with a sharply pointed tip. As the plant ages, the base of the stem accumulates a skirt of dead leaves. The entire plant is covered with dense, white, waxy powder that readily brushes off, like chalk from a blackboard. One to five (or more) long flower stalks (peduncles) arise between the basal leaves, spreading 12 – 40 inches (30 to 100 cm) above leaves and more or less densely covered with leafy bracts that resemble basal leaves toward the base, then decrease upward in size becoming heart shaped. Peduncles typically fork into 2-7 flowering branches. Bracts continue along the upper side of the flowering stem, alternating with the hanging flowers below. The bisexual flowers are strongly adapted for hummingbird pollination. The calyx is five-lobed and fleshy. The five elongated, overlapping petals form a long tube, very narrow at the throat and flaring out at the very end. The floral tube is primarily red, but the flowers appear striped with white due to the pattern of the chalky coating. There are ten stamens that do not extend out of the floral tube. The five pistils are fused at the base with superior ovaries, shaped like elongated bowling pins but closely pressed together. Ovaries taper to short styles with small stigmas that barely reach the mouth of the floral tube. Five cup-shaped nectarines ring the base of the pistil and produce copious amounts of nectar. Chalk Dudley blooms primarily between May and July.1
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