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Before you plant. Native to the deserts of Mexico, the slipper plant is extremely tolerant of heat and hardy to around 22 degrees Fahrenheit. If you live in a climate with extreme winters, your best bet for the plant’s survival is to limit the use of this specimen to portable planters and bring it inside for the season as soon as the temperature begins to drop. Keep the soil well-drained, and your Pedilanthus will make for a great house plant until spring.
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