Browsing: Curio

Curio is a genus of succulent plants that belong to the Asteroideae subfamily in the Asteraceae family. The genus Curio is one of the newly described genera, and contains about 20 species, all formerly in the genus Senecio. The genus name is derived from the Latin "curiosus", meaning "curious".

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Curio muirii, formerly known as Senecio muirii, is a small succulent shrub with erect or creeping stems and flat egg-shaped leaves with…

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Curio archeri, formerly known as Senecio toxotis, is a small succulent with usually flattened leaves concentrated near the top of erect to…

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