Tiger's Jaw lives up to its common name. The sharp shaped yet soft spines look like the teeth of a tiger. Their low-growing habit and unusual leaves make a spectacular addition to a succulent dish garden, miniature garden or fairy garden.
These South African succulents grow in clumps of stemless, star-shaped rosettes in its dry, rocky native habitat. Give them the same hot, dry, sunny environment and they'll feel right at home.
In fall, yellow, daisy-like flowers will appear on plants that are atleast a years old.
Repot every couple of years, or when it outgrow its containers. Succulents have small roots, so it can be grow them in a small shallow container. Be sure the pots have drainage holes to prevent root rot.
You will need to give 'Faucaria tigrina' a rest in winter. Cut back on water, stop fertilizing, and provide average room temperatures and full sunlight.