Othonna retrorsa is occasionally referred to as “ball of dead leaves” and it’s not hard to tell why when the plant is in dormancy. Come Fall and Winter, the glaucous blue foliage emerges from the many growing points scattered across the seemingly dead mound. Make sure not to remove the dried leaves as they keep the stem of the plant cool during its summer dormancy (when it should be kept dry).
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