Succulent Bear’s Paw

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    5.01 - 8.00 lb$24.00
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    12.01 - 16.00 lb$35.00
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    40.01 - 50.00 lb$98.00
    50.01 - 60.00 lb$130.00
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The Bear’s Paw succulent, also known as Cotyledon tomentosa, is a unique and visually striking plant known for its fuzzy leaves that resemble the paw of a bear.  Succulent plants are trendy for a reason. With juicy leaves, stems, or roots, succulents form a vast and diverse group of plants, offering easy-care choices for your home. Plus, they look stunning planted alone or as companions. The color variation of succulents seems almost endless: blue-green, chartreuse, pink, red, yellow, white, burgundy, almost black, variegated, and more. The leaves may be rounded, needlelike, berrylike, ruffled, or spiky. Many have an enticing “touch-me” quality.

Here are some key features and care tips for the Bear’s Paw succulent:

  1. Foliage: The Bear’s Paw succulent has thick, fleshy leaves that are covered in fine hairs, giving them a fuzzy texture. The leaves are typically green with reddish-brown tips, although some varieties may exhibit variations in coloration. The leaves are arranged in a rosette pattern, resembling the shape of a bear’s paw.
  2. Growth Habit: Bear’s Paw succulents typically grow in a compact, mound-like form, with the leaves radiating outward from the center of the plant. Over time, the plant may produce offsets or “pups” around the base, which can be separated and propagated to create new plants.
  3. Light Requirements: Bear’s Paw succulents prefer bright, indirect light but can tolerate partial shade. When grown indoors, place them near a sunny window where they can receive plenty of sunlight. Outdoors, they can be grown in full sun to partial shade, depending on the climate.
  4. Watering: Like most succulents, Bear’s Paw plants prefer well-draining soil and should be watered thoroughly when the top inch of soil feels dry to the touch. Allow the soil to dry out between waterings to prevent overwatering and root rot. During the winter months, reduce watering frequency.
  5. Temperature and Humidity: Bear’s Paw succulents are native to regions with warm, dry climates and prefer temperatures between 65°F and 85°F (18°C to 29°C). They can tolerate high temperatures but may need protection from frost in colder climates. They are also tolerant of low humidity levels.
  6. Propagation: Bear’s Paw succulents can be propagated from stem cuttings or by dividing offsets from the parent plant. Stem cuttings should be allowed to callus for a few days before being planted in well-draining soil. Offsets can be gently separated from the parent plant and planted in their own pots.
  7. Pests and Diseases: Bear’s Paw succulents are generally resistant to pests and diseases, but they may occasionally attract common succulent pests such as mealybugs or aphids. These can be treated with insecticidal soap or neem oil.

Overall, the Bear’s Paw succulent is a charming and low-maintenance plant that adds texture and visual interest to any indoor or outdoor garden. With proper care and attention to its needs, it can thrive and delight succulent enthusiasts with its unique appearance.

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