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Conophytum is a genus of miniature succulent plants that belong to the Aizoaceae family. The species are native to South Africa and Namibia. The name is derived from the Latin word "conus", meanig "cone" and the Greek word "phytum", meanig "plant". The plants are also known as Buttons, Water Blisters, Cone Plants, Dumplings or Button Plants.

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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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Conophytum meyeri

Conophytum meyeri is a dwarf, freely branching succulent that forms large mats of grayish-green leaves with nice yellow blooms. The paired leaves are…

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Conophytum marginatum

Conophytum marginatum is a small, almost stemless succulent perennial that freely produces offsets, forming mats of 20 to 100 bodies. The paired leaves…

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Conophytum wittebergense

Conophytum wittebergense is a small, almost stemless, winter-growing succulent, up to 1.2 inches (3 cm) tall, that forms dense mats with time. It is an…

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