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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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Succulentopedia Aloe flexilifolia

Aloe flexilifolia

Aloe flexilifolia is a succulent shrub with many branches that arise from the base to form large clumps. Branches can be either stout…

Succulentopedia Haworthiopsis viscosa aka Haworthia viscosa

Haworthiopsis viscosa

Haworthiopsis viscosa, formerly known as Haworthia viscosa, is a succulent with a distinct trifarious arrangement of the leaves. It grows…

Succulentopedia Aloe umfoloziensis

Aloe umfoloziensis

Aloe umfoloziensis is a succulent that forms stemless or short-stemmed rosettes of green to brownish-green leaves with dull white spots…

Succulentopedia Aloe inexpectata

Aloe inexpectata

Aloe inexpectata is a small succulent with stems that hold rosettes of blue-green to grey-green leaves with reddish teeth. It slowly grows…

Succulentopedia Haworthiopsis sordida aka Haworthia sordida

Haworthiopsis sordida

Haworthiopsis sordida, formerly known as Haworthia sordida, is a slow-growing succulent that forms stemless, usually solitary rosettes of…

Succulentopedia Haworthia rossouwii aka Haworthia serrata

Haworthia rossouwii

Haworthia rossouwii, formerly known as Haworthia serrata, is a small succulent that forms stemless rosettes of pale green to yellowish…

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