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Where it grows
These specific plants are from north of the town of Ashton, in the Western Cape of South Africa. MBB 6952.
The North Ashton locality of Tulista marginata is quite attractive, with smooth leaf surfaces and a white, raised ridge on the leaf edges. Some individuals may also have some white tubercles (spots) on the leaves.
Tulista marginata can handle a decent amount of light, and does best in early morning sun or under 40% shade cloth. They need a decently gritty soil mix that lets water drain freely, as they are prone to root rot. You can water them throughout the year, but they should receive less water in summer during their dormant season.
Autumn and winter.
Seeds and leaves.
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