How To Grow Babies Toes


When a plant is named ‘Baby Toes’ (Fenestraria aurantiaca), it is guaranteed to be adorable!

Their tiny, tightly packed club-like leaves look like many little toes poking out of the soil – it may sound a little creepy, but it’s seriously cute (just trust us)!

Plus, in summer, stunning yellow-white flowers appear from the middle of the clumps, taking this baby to the next level! Baby toes’ certainly live up to the hype and are a must have for your indoor succulent oasis.

Position: Indoors in a well lit spot but sheltered from the hot afternoon sun
Water: Water regularly allowing the soil to dry out slightly between watering
Soil: Well drained
When To Grow: All year round

How to grow in a pot:

Step 1: Choose a pot just deeper than the existing root-ball and position indoors in a brightly lit spot, or outdoors sheltered from the harsh afternoon sun.
Step 2: Partially fill the pot with quality potting mix, such as Yates Premium Potting Mix.
Step 3: Remove the plant from the container and gently tease the roots.
Step 4: Position in hole and backfill with potting mix, gently firming down. Water in lightly.

Growing Tips:


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