The Corsican stonecrop grows in mild temperature in spring and fall, and cannot resist extreme cold. In the summer and winter, when it is dormant, watering should be reduced. This plant needs bright, transparent, scattered light. Do not place in direct sunlight.
Average water needs, watering should be done each week or when the top 1.2 inch of soil has dried out. Water thoroughly until the soil is saturated and excess water is fully drained from the drain hole.