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Where it grows
Echidnopsis cereiformis is native to the eastern Africa.
Echidnopsis cereiformis is a species of Stapeliads with a knobbled stem is dark in colouration and similar in appearance to reptile skin.
Produces petite, bell-shaped yellow flowers in late summer and autumn.
Echidnopsis is not too difficult to care for. It is best to give it plenty of light, ideally full morning sun, to keep it healthy. It can also be kept under 40% shade cloth. This species requires a well draining soil mix that does not hold moisture for more than a few days. Keep this species completely dry in winter, with moderate water in summer, and plenty of water in spring and autumn.
Spring and autumn.
Seeds and cuttings.
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These Adromischus sport blue-gray leaves with dark green spots arranged randomly. Older plants may form a caudex with age.
Each Lithops species is unique in its own right, and every individual plant has its own special markings and colours.
This Euphorbia is often grown with the attractive tuberous caudex sticking out above the soil, giving the plant a 'fat bonsai' appearance.
These Huernia zebrina have bright yellow variegation tinting their stems in blotches. Some stems may be fully variegated.
- Cecilia H
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