Frithia humilis (Fairy Elephant's Feet) is a dwarf stemless succulent consisting of a thickened underground rootstock and a cluster of…
Frithia is a genus of plant in family Aizoaceae. It was named after Frank Frith, a railway services gardener stationed at Park Station, Johannesburg, who took the specimens to Brown at Kew while on a visit to London.
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Frithia pulchra (Fairy Elephant's Feet) is a dwarf succulent that forms clusters of thick fleshy grey-green leaves with a translucent…