The Tiger Jaws plant is a nifty, clumping succulent with triangular, fat leaves which are edged in soft, tooth-like spines and resemble the teeth of a shark or tiger. Its botanical name is Faucaria tigrina.
- Like many succulents, the Tiger Jaws love bright, indirect light! They can even handle a few hours of direct sun daily (3-5 hours' worth).
- Water sparingly once the soil has dried out, and always make sure that extra water can drain away from the plant and its roots.
- Use a well-draining plant/cactus mix, or a mix which is 1 part coarse sand to 2 parts soil.
NOTE: Not all of our Tiger Jaws are blooming at this time, so the plant you receive may not have a bloom started.