This plant gets its name from its cylindrical red blooms that resemble tubes of lipstick. The texture is waxy, and many remind you of the leaves of succulents.
- It does well with consistent medium-bright indirect light
- This plant can benefit from a daily couple of hours of direct light
- Light is required for "lipsticks" to bloom
- If you put this plant outdoors this summer, set it in a spot with partial shade
- Allow the first 1/2 of the soil to dry between watering- this plant hates wet feet!