Orostachys japonica sp. (Shodoshima rock pine, Shodoshima tsume renge)
¥950 （incl. tax）
A small, unique rock pine that thrives in rocky areas on the beautiful Shodoshima Island in the Seto Inland Sea.
This small rock pine is popular for its limited habitat range and beautiful flowers.
The packed tiny white flowers are eye-catching, and create a natural carpet on rocks. This rock pine attracts us with its delicacy, yet is sturdy enough to survive in a limited range.
Tips for growing Shodoshima rock pines
To reproduce an environment similar to its natural habitat, choose a sunny, well-ventilated spot. Shodoshima rock pines are propagated from seed or cuttings. Spring is the best time for sowing seeds and summer for planting cuttings. Proper soil and temperature control are a must.
These succulents can tolerate dryness well. So do not overwater, but do water when the soil becomes dry.
These rock pines have short roots and grow well in shallow pots. Remember to use well-drained soil for succulents.
The beautiful flowers and sturdiness of this evergreen succulent are a delight all year round. When planted in your garden, this plant will create a comforting, relaxing space that recalls the natural beauty of its natural habitat, Shodoshima.