Height: ~17cm including pot Shed some light. Like most succulents, this plant grows best in bright light. It will even enjoy some direct sun. Paddle Plant is easy to grow in average room conditions, tolerating the dry air of heated homes well. The one thing it doesn't like is soggy soil, so I'd recommend potting it in a terra cotta pot with drainage holes and using a sandy medium, such as cactus potting mix for fast drainage. Water: Water thoroughly, then allow top 2 inches of soil to dry out between waterings. Don't allow soil to get soggy or the roots may rot. Avoid getting the leaves wet to prevent rot. Water the potting mix or water from the bottom. Remember to always use room-temperature water when watering your house plants. Humidity: Average to dry room humidity. Soil: Cactus potting mix. Or mix 2 parts potting mix with 1 part horticultural sand. Propagation: Take leaf cuttings in spring or summer and pot in moist cactus potting mix. It's much easier to propagate from seeds, which are easy to find online.