This genera is very cold-hardy and can survive temperatures to -30 °F (-34 °C). Allow soil to dry to the touch between waterings and avoid getting water on the rosettes. Orostachys actively in spring and summer. It requires some bright light and does not tolerate high humidity well.
Then, how do you propagate Orostachy?
Chinese Dunce Cap succulents are easy to propagate by division. Just locate an offshoot large enough to have a few roots, then cut the stolon (runner) close to the offshoot. Plant the offshoot in a pot filled with sandy soil, or directly in your garden. Watch for mealybugs, especially on indoor plants.
Moreover, how do you care for a Chinese dunce cap?
Is Chinese dunce cap a perennial?
Orostachys Iwarenge, also known as Dunce’s Cap or Chinese Dunce Cap, is a small perennial that belongs to the flowering plant family Crassulaceae, Genus Orostachys.
This small lavender succulent has cone-shaped rosettes. It is monocarpic, but produces offsets on long stems that shoot out from the main rosette, allowing for easy propagation.