Cremnophila linguifolia is a succulent plant with fibrous roots and branches with rosettes of 15 to 25 green, not glaucous leaves with…
Cremnophila is a genus succulents in the family Crassulaceae, native to Mexico. The genus name comes from Greek "kremnos", meaning "cliff or slope" and "philos", meaning "friend".
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Cremnophila nutans is a succulent plant with a thick woody caudex and a quite compact rosette of highly succulent leaves at the tip of the…