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Browsing: Cheiridopsis

Cheiridopsis is a genus that consists of 100 flowering, succulent, perennial plants, native to semi-arid regions in the far west of Namibia and South Africa. The name comes from the Greek "cheiris", meaning "sleeve".

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Succulentopedia Cheiridopsis namaquensis

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…

Succulentopedia Cheiridopsis rostrata

Cheiridopsis rostrata

Cheiridopsis rostrata is a mat-forming succulent with long, upright, gray-green leaves. It resembles Cheiridopsis namaquensis but grows in a wetter…

Succulentopedia Cheiridopsis brownii

Cheiridopsis brownii

Cheiridopsis brownii is a small, cushion forming and low growing, leaf succulent, that forms clumps up to 4 inches (10 cm) in diameter…

Succulentopedia Cheiridopsis pillansii

Cheiridopsis pillansii

Cheridopsis pillansii is a small mat-forming succulent that has very short stems with only 2 or 4 leaves. The fleshy leaves are pale grey, smooth, with…

Succulentopedia Cheiridopsis purpurea

Cheiridopsis purpurea

Cheiridopsis purpurea is a small, clump-forming succulent that produces leaves in pairs, with one or two (sometimes three in cultivation)…

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