Fuzzy Ears

Cyanotis somaliensis


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Fuzzy Ears, scientifically known as Cyanotis somaliensis, is a captivating succulent from the cyanotis family that earns its name from its distinctive furry bright green leaves. These unique leaves grow on short trailing stems, forming a dense and eye-catching display. Mature Fuzzy Ears plants can reach a height of approximately 45cm, creating a visually appealing presence.

Adding to its allure, Fuzzy Ears produces charming purple flowers that exude a fluffy appearance. These blooms feature prominent orange stamens, providing a striking contrast against the rich purple petals.

Endemic to Northern Somalia, Fuzzy Ears thrives in bright sunny positions within hot climates. It is well-suited for both well-drained pots and gardens, as long as the plant is protected from standing water. It is crucial to ensure that the pot has proper drainage holes and is not kept on a saucer, as excess moisture can lead to root rot and fungal diseases.

To create a favorable environment for Fuzzy Ears, it is recommended to use a high-quality potting soil mixed with sand, promoting excellent drainage. This helps prevent waterlogged conditions that can be detrimental to the succulent’s health.

With its furry leaves resembling adorable little ears and its delightful purple flowers, Fuzzy Ears is a truly unique and charming succulent. Its texture and appearance make it an irresistible addition to any plant collection, while its ability to thrive in hot climates adds to its appeal. Embrace the fluffy allure of Fuzzy Ears and enjoy the beauty it brings to your space.


90 mm pot, Cutting