Faucaria Tigrina, or Tiger Jaw is a species of succulent plant in the family Aizoaceae. It is endemic to South Africa, but also widely spread in cultivation. It has fleshy triangular leaves, a clumping habit, and blooms in autumn with yellow daisy-like flowers.
Light: Bright indirect light
Water: Allow the soil to dry out completely before watering. After watering, make sure the plant drains fully. Do not allow the plant to sit in water for more than an hour as this will cause root rot.
Feed: Apply half strength of cactus or general-purpose fertilizer once a month at most during the growing season. These are low maintenance plants and do not require a lot of supplementary feeding.
Air Purifying: Yes, known to remove formaldehyde from the air.
Toxicity: Non-toxic, pet safe
Growth Rate: Slow growing.
Common Names: tiger jaws
Origin: Southern Africa
*Please note: Plants may not look exactly as shown.