Blochmans Liveforever

Blochmans Liveforever Plant Information

Blochmans Liveforever grows in the following 1 states:


Dudleya blochmaniae is a succulent plant known by the common name Blochman's liveforever or Blochman's dudleya.

This plant is endemic to coastal sage scrub habitats. It is native to Southern California (U.S.) and northwestern Baja California (Mxico), where it grows along the coastlines.
Dudleya blochmaniae grows in small rosettes 0.5-7 centimetres (0.20-2.76in) wide. It is somewhat erect, with cone-shaped, horn-shaped, or triangular succulent leaves along its stem. The succulent leaves may be brown, reddish-purple, or greenish.
It bears a branching inflorescence with a few flowers per branch, each opening into a star-shaped bloom with five pointed white petals, sometimes with streaks of red. The bloom period is March and April.
Named subspecies include:

More inforamtion about Blochmans Liveforever.