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…
Ceraria is a genus of around 9 sparsely-branching xerophytic shrubs, native to South Africa and Namibia. Recent phylogenetic tests have shown conclusively that Ceraria is located within the Portulacaria genus, and consequently all species have been accordingly renamed.
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