A California native succulent groundcover, hill stabilizer, as well as an interesting plant for the rock garden or dry garden. Rare in the nursery trade, Dudleya edulis forms a 1’ x 1’ mat of upright, fleshy, gray-green, finger like leaves. The fragrant, star shaped, white flowers appear June-July. The foliage is evergreen & birds & butterflies are attracted. Give “Ladies Fingers” well-drained soil & afternoon shade away from the coast for best appearance. From the U.C. Botanical Garden Collection.