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Browsing: Aizoaceae

Aizoaceae is a a very large family of dicotyledonous flowering plants containing 135 genera and about 1900 species, largely endemic to Southern Africa. A few species are found in Australia and the Pacific area. They are commonly known as stone plants or carpet weeds. Species that resemble stones or pebbles are sometimes called Mesembs. Several species are known as "ice plants" because of the glistening globular bladder cells covering their stems, fruit and leaves.

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Titanopsis fulleri

Titanopsis fulleri is listed as a synonym of Titanopsis calcarea. It is a mat-forming succulent with rosettes of 5 to 6 pairs of blue-green leaves that…

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Cheiridopsis namaquensis

Cheiridopsis namaquensis is a mat-forming succulent that grows up to 4 inches (10 cm) tall and spreads up to 8 inches (20 cm) in diameter. The paired…

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Conophytum tantillum

Conophytum tantillumis a densely branched, almost stemless succulent with two-lobed bodies that grow up to 0.4 inch (1 cm) tall and about the same in…

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Ruschia crassa

Ruschia crassa is a succulent shrub, with blue-green, ascending or prostrate branches. It is one of the species with highly reduced leaves and uses its…

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Lithops lesliei 'Albinica'

Lithops lesliei 'Albinica' is a small, almost stemless succulent with a soft rootstock that produces a pair of leaves, up to 1.6 inches (4 cm) wide, with…

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Tanquana hilmarii

Tanquana hilmarii is a small, usually solitary succulent with soft to the touch and shining body of paired leaves. Bodies are purple or…

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Stoeberia frutescens

Stoeberia frutescens is a spreading shrub up to 2.5 feet (75 cm) tall. Leaves are up to 2.2 inches (5.5 cm) long) and grow in equal…

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