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Browsing: Cremnophila

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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Succulentopedia Cremnophila linguifolia

Cremnophila linguifolia

Cremnophila linguifolia is a glabrous, perennial succulent, with fibrous roots, stems pendent from cliffs and few branches. The rosettes…

Succulentopedia Cremnophila nutans

Cremnophila nutans

Cremnophila nutans is a tender succulent with bronze-green rosettes up to 7 inches (17.5 cm) in diameter and star-shaped, yellow blossoms…