As long as it has a drainage hole and 1" soil around the sides it's okay, it would grow taller and larger if it was in a larger pot, but that not much larger. Change when the weather settles in the spring depending where you live. Give it new fresh soil then.
very cool looking pot. where does one get such small pots?
Cute little yellow top hat.
Norma:: Thanks for your comments. I have learned lots from you here at GW.
Chicagardens :: This is a SAKE cup from an Asian kitchen supply store. Lots of tea cups are also suitable. Asian ones do not have a handle. Also try thrift stores, garage sales, dollar stores, etc.... From your name , I would guess you are in Chicago ??? I was born there MANY years ago. My parents grew hardy succulents in our back yard.......WOW did it get cold.
Pennyhal:: I did not notice the top hat till you pointed it out....thanks.
Calif888888888888 - I get most of my containers from thrift stores, too. Always some great finds there.
CG :::: Thanks for all the EIGHTS......a very lucky number among Asians here in the San Francisco bay area.....It will bring good fortune. I am not Asian , but I like to use the 8s just in case,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,