Faucaria Tigrina - Tigers Jaw
Faucaria is a group of South African Mesembryanthemums, growing in clumps, with rosetted fleshy leaves. Faucaria Tigrina, also known as Tigers Jaw produces triangular leaves with toothed margins. In autumn, they bloom with bright yellow flowers, but they will like at least 3 hours of direct sunlight per day in summer.
Likes plenty of heat, and moderate watering in summer growth and kept dry in winter.
Forms clumps of up to 15 cm in diameter.
Frost tender, keep above 15°C.