It thrives in full sun as long as the leaves are somewhat buried. In the wintertime, keep Frithia in a brightly lighted dry location. Frithia can tolerate a vast range of temperatures from quite cold to very hot, but it’s important to note this is because in nature the leaves are mostly buried under the soil.
Regarding this, how do you propagate Frithia pulchra?
This small succulent is a clustering plant, which means it’s pretty easy to multiply it. In order to propagate your Frithia pulchra, all you have to do is divide the mother plant up into separate clumps. Propagating this species is best done when you’re already repotting and have it out of the soil.
Also question is, how often should you water baby toes?
I like to put a saucer under the pot so I can catch any runoff easily. 🙂 Once the baby toes are watered, place the pot back on a dry saucer and allow it to dry out completely before watering again! I keep my baby toes in a west facing window and water them once a week.