Dudleya pulverulenta
“Chalk Liveforever”

Long-lived and happy with neglect, this giant “Liveforever” forms an elegant, 2’ rosette of ghostly white leaves. In May and July it sends up stout pow­dery white arching stalks, stopped by candelabra-like clusters of small, red bell­flowers loved by hummingbirds. Use it in a con­tainer, tucked into a rock wall or to highlight the front of a rock garden. Good drainage is important and it looks better with a watering (not overhead) about every two weeks in Summer. Also, looks best in part shade in our hotter areas away from the coast. Long lived and increases by producing new rosettes. Hardy to 20 degrees F.


Sun/Pt. Sun (inland)
Low/No Summer Water

CA Native Perennial Succulent
USDA Zones 8-10