Native range: Mountains of South Africa
Known names: Adromischus cooperi var. festivus, Plover Eggs Succulent, Knuppelplakkie
Hardiness: Best kept above freezing but can handle freezing for a short time if kept dry.
Mature Size: ~2.5" tall, grows a stemmed cluster of round leaves
Light: Bright light, Full Sun
Water: Drought tolerant, water when soil is dry.
Soil: Succulent mix
Dormancy Period: Winter
Plant Size: 4" pot, bare-root
Adromischus festivus are curious little succulents. They produce short stems but are covered with fleshy, thick, spotted leaves. They can withstand a bit of frost as long as the soil remains dry[er]. It is best to soak the pot entirely when you water this one.