how to plant Corpuscularia lehmannii

Corpuscularia Lehmannii – How to Plant & Care [Guide]

Corpuscularia Lehmannii

Do you like Pearls? They are so beautiful, and it is one of the best art of nature has ever produced. Everybody enjoy experiencing pearls because of its shape and its looks.

The Corpuscularia lehmannii succulent leafs looks same as pearl but light-green in colour.

Let’s deep dive into this article. I do believe you will get ample information you need for your garden and home decor.

This article with elaborate its cultivation methods, procedures, basic requirements and some valuable resources.

This compact, rapidly growing plant has an illusive name tag. This plant is also known as “Ice Plant”; though, it is not cold resilient.

As plant grows the leaves form a stacked shaped structure and form a stem. The yellow flower adds compliment to the pearl shaped leaves; just looks amazing.

Corpuscularia Lehmannii Succulent

How to Propagate Corpuscularia Lehmannii Succulents?

The Corpuscularia lehmannii can be cultivated by stem and seeds. However, the stem cultivation method provides best results.

Primarily, In order to propagate Corpuscularia lehmannii, choose a healthy and well-developed stem.

Then cut it from the main plant with the help of sharp knife or scissor.

Furthermore, after cutting the stems from the main plant allow it to callous over for several days. The calloused stems are ready to lay on well-draining soil.


I recommend not cultivating this plant by seed plantation method. Choosing appropriate well developed stem is the most important step in the Corpuscularia lehmannii plantation. Choose it wisely!

Where to plant Corpuscularia lehmannii succulent?

The selection of soil is as important as stem selection.

The hemispheres where temperature ranges less than 30 F (-1.1 degree C); it would be great atmosphere because it’s not cold resilient. You can use a different variety of containers; so it would be much easier to shift them indoor or outdoor according to your preferences.

In my view, I use designer containers which look so beautiful with succulents. It certainly set a beautiful look to your home and garden decor.


The full sunlight nurtures it so well, but indoor bright lighting conditions are also suitable for its proper growth. Get one ‘Bright Light’ for your favourite succulent!

How to Care Corpuscularia Lehmannii?

Taking care of these Succulent is relatively stress-free. Follow subsequent easy steps and you are done:

Light Requirement

  • Indoor Plantation: at least 2.5 hours of sunlight daily.
  • Outdoor Plantation: 4 hours of sunlight is more than enough.

Temperature Requirement

It requires a minimum temperature of about 5°C, but will take a light frost and is hardy down to -5° C for short periods if it is in dry soil.

However, the temperature requirements may vary as per plant varieties and species.

They turn into rocker plants in scorching atmosphere which is well known nickname of Corpuscularia lehmannii.

Soil and Pot

A well-draining soil is ideal for Corpuscularia lehmannii. Moreover, a vital factor is the pot selection, where the plant finds home to them. The pot or container with holes will facilitate an easier way to drain the unnecessary water.

Nowadays, a designer container comes with such holes, which add both looks and practical water draining functionality.


The Corpuscularia lehmannii has similar watering requirements as most succulent’s. The soak and dry method works best for these species of the plant.

The most succulents grows best by ‘Soak and Dry’ watering practices. The Corpuscularia lehmannii is no exception. In this method, soak the soil properly then allow it to dry completely.

Adapting regular watering practices may halt development of Corpuscularia succulents, and they may not survive!

Corpuscularia lehmannii

Quick Summary:

  • Full sun to partial shade.
  • Plant grows up to 8″ (20 cm) tall.
  • Plant grows up to 12″ (30.5 cm) wide.
  • Zone 10a (Minimum 30° F | -1.1° C).
  • Not cold resilient.
  • Propagation by stem cuttings and seeds.
  • Generally harmless to humans and animals.
  • Aggressively grows in the summer.


Hi there! By profession I am a Mechanical Engineer; though, I have a keen interest in gardens, plants and succulents. I hope you like my articles on beautiful succulents and plants. Happy  Gardening!!!

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