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Browsing: Portulacaceae

Portulacaceae is a family of flowering plants, comprising about 20 genera with about 500 species, ranging from herbaceous plants to shrubs. The family has a cosmopolitan distribution, with the highest diversity in semiarid regions of the Southern Hemisphere in Africa, Australia, and South America, but with a few species also extending north into Arctic regions.

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Succulentopedia Portulaca 'Hana Misteria'

Portulaca 'Hana Misteria'

Portulaca 'Hana Misteria' is an annual or short-lived perennial with beautifully variegated foliage in shades of cream, green, and pink. Bright fuchsia…

Succulentopedia Avonia ustulata

Avonia ustulata

Avonia ustulata is a small succulent shrub with tufted, silvery-grey, worm-like branches. Primary branches are up to 1 inch (2.5 cm) long…

Succulentopedia Portulaca gilliesii

Portulaca gilliesii

Portulaca gilliesii is an annual succulent with fleshy, often reddish, prostrate, ascending, or erect stems. It grows up to 12 inches (30…

Succulentopedia Ceraria pygmaea

Ceraria pygmaea

Ceraria pygmaea is a dwarf dioecious succulent with a fat, tuberous rootstock that grows up to 4 inches (10 cm) wide. The stem is erect…

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