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1. New Albums and some changes

 

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Adromischus umbraticola

Botanical name

Adromischus umbraticola

Other names

 

Family 

Crassulaceae

Dimensions

Small succulent plant, leaves about 4 cm

Description of stem

Very short, to almost absent

Description of leaves

Thick,succulent leaves with entire margins, no stems, clustered in near vertical manner; upper leaf parts covered in reddish spots, lower part light green

Description of flowers

Upright stalk with up to about ten tubular pinkish flowers

Description of seed/fruit

 

Description of roots

 

Variation

 

Propagation and cultivation

 

Tolerances

 

Uses

 

Ecological rarity

 

Pests and diseases

 

Other

 

Location

Rocky ridges and outcrops 

Distribution (SA provinces)

Gauteng; Northwest Province

Country

South Africa

 

 

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