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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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Haworthia parksiana

Haworthia parksiana is a stemless succulent that slowly grows in clumps of small rosettes. It is the smallest and possibly the rarest of all Haworthias…

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Haworthiopsis pseudorigida

Haworthiopsis pseudorigida, formerly known as Haworthia tortuosa var. pseudorigida, is a small succulent with dull green to brownish-green leaves that…

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Aloe pembana (Pemba Aloe)

Aloe pembana (Pemba Aloe), formerly known as Lomatophyllum pembanum, is a succulent with short, erect stems and fleshy, green leaves with white margins…

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Haworthia 'Snow Scene'

Haworthia 'Snow Scene', also known as Haworthia 'Yuki Keshiki', is an attractive small succulent that forms rosettes of fleshy, dark green leaves with…

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Aloe vera (Barbados Aloe)

Aloe vera (Barbados Aloe) is a well-known, stemless or short-stemmed succulent with rosettes of green to grey-green leaves. It grows up to 3.3 feet (1 m)…

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