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Browsing: Asphodelaceae

Asphodelaceae is a family of flowering plants in the order Asparagales. Until 2016, the name Xanthorrhoeaceae was used for the family in the APG classification system. The family consisted of three subfamilies: Asphodeloideae, Hemerocallidoideae and Xanthorrhoeoideae. It includes about 40 genera and 900 known species.

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Haworthiopsis granulata

Haworthiopsis granulata, formerly known as Haworthia granulata or Haworthia venosa subsp. granulata, is a rare succulent with erect stems and stiff…

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Aloe bussei

Aloe bussei is a succulent that forms a cluster of attractive stemless or very short-stemmed rosettes. Leaves are lance-shaped, at first erect, then…

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Tulista pumila var. sparsa

Tulista pumila var. sparsa, formerly known as Haworthia sparsa, is a slow-growing succulent that forms small rosettes of triangular leaves with much…

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Haworthia emelyae

Haworthia emelyae, also known as Haworthia picta, is a slow-growing succulent that forms attractive stemless rosettes of fleshy, triangular, more or less…

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Haworthiopsis woolleyi

Haworthiopsis woolleyi, formerly known as Haworthia woolleyi or Haworthia venosa subsp. woolleyi, is a small, slow-growing succulent that forms solitary…

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Tulista pumila 'Donuts'

Tulista pumila 'Donuts', also known as Haworthia pumila 'Donuts', is a beautiful small succulent that forms rosettes of green leaves covered with white…

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