Succulent Gardening: The Art of Nature

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Dudleya brittonii

Dudleya brittonii, native to Mexico and Baja California, forms large stemless rosettes of glaucous silvery white leaves. Leaves are to 12" in length, lanceolate, and covered with white farinose powder. Flowers are greenish-yellow, appearing in late winter and spring. Bright light or full sun. In habitat, most Dudleyas and Echeverias grow on rocky outcroppings, at higher altitudes. In this habitat, the water drains quickly away from the roots of the plant, never allowing the plant to remain waterlogged. For this reason, it is essential in cultivation to use a very porous soil, which will allow quick drainage. Frost tolerant, but best to give frost protection to prevent scarring. Dudleyas are succulent plants in the Crassulaceae family. Leaves grow in a basal rosette and are covered with a dusty, chalky, mealy white epicuticular “wax”. The “wax” in its mealy state on the leaves is attracted to water and coats drops on the leaves and prevents their evaporation. The “wax” has been shown to be the most highly ultraviolet reflectivity of any plant. Dudleya brittoniiis similar in appearance to Dudleya pulverulenta.
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