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A member of the asparagus family, manfredas are often compared to a cross between bromeliads and agaves, and are sometimes called false agaves. Native to arid areas of Central America, they like to dry out between waterings, but don't mind moist soil for short periods.
Though they can take direct light, their colors show up best in bright, indirect light. Their slender leaves, somewhat firm but prone to bending and breaking if they get too long, are generally dark green with splashes of chocolate-hued or off-red molting. Can reach one foot or more in width and height.
Good for arid or well-drained setups.
To strengthen the plant and to help it grow faster the Dude recommends utilizing his BioShot when planting succulents. This helps with their sturdiness as a plant and their overall health. *The plant pictured is not necessarily the plant you will receive* -Care Recommendations By The Dude-Best for These Animals: Small snakes, skinks, lizards, and arachnidsBio Dude Substrates: Terra Sahara, Terra AraneaSoil Depth: Shallow to moderateLighting: Bright, indirect lightHumidity & Misting: Periodically; likes to dry out between waterings. Does need occasional deep-root watering.
Temperature Tolerance & Placement in the Terrarium: Can take temperatures in the 50 to 90 degree Fahrenheit range, but prefers 60 to 80 degrees. Do not place directly under heat lamp. Edible & Side Effects if Ingested: NonePot Size & Packaging: A single 4" Manfreda Chocolate Chip will be shipped in the pot wrapped in paper.
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