Calandrinia grandiflora has always been one of our more popular of the succulents. I don’t really have a good feeling for why this might be. Oh yeah, it’s that flower.
In the past, we’ve taken large branched cuttings from our parent plants and planted them direct into gallons to root out, but they usually get too big and ungainly. That doesn’t stop them from selling out quickly, but UI wasn’t happy with the presentation. So now we have Brian in charge, he’s finally gotten a handle on planting a few smaller cuts into the gallons and they root nicely together and look like a real 1 gallon plant now.
Not that it matters, I mean, you know, look at that flower!