Dudleya brittonii “Giant Chalk Dudleya”: Stately, silvery- white, handsome rosettes grow to a ginormous 12-18” wide & 1’ high. In Spring, showy, thick 1-2’ reddish stems display arching, golden blooms. Excellent drainage is the key to happiness, and it's happy as a clam in a container. Use a well-draining potting mix & when you plant it, tilt it at an angle to avoid water collecting in the center. A little sun protection inland. Native to Baja California. Photo courtesy Michael Viray.
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