Whether pink flamingos remind you of a quirky one-legged bird, or your neighbors extra cheesy lawn decorations just after Memorial Day, we're here with a third (super cute) option: the Pink Flamingo Succulent! This low maintenance plant with its tall pink stalks, paired with the latest flamingo gummies from our pals at Sugarfina is the perfect way to kick off the summer season!
The Pink Flamingo succulent grows best with medium to high light. Low afternoon rays and cooler evening temperatures help these little guys perform a little magic and intensifies their pink leaf color and set their buds into full bloom.
Pink Flamingo prefers to stay on the dry side - water as needed but let the soil dry out complete in between waterings. To test, stick your finger into the soil to about one inch of depth. If it's dry it's time to give it a little H2O!
Pro tip: When watering, make sure to water the soil and NOT the rosette. Pooling water on leaves can cause rot.