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Glottiphyllum is a genus of about 57 species of succulent subtropical plants of the family Aizoaceae. The genus name comes from the ancient Greek "glottis", meaning "tongue" and "phyllon", meaning "leaf". The species are native to South Africa, specifically to Cape Province and the Karoo desert. They grow in rocks and soils incorporating slate, sandstone and quartz.

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Succulentopedia Glottiphyllum carnosum

Glottiphyllum carnosum

Glottiphyllum carnosum is a compact succulent that forms clumps up to 12 inches (30 cm) in diameter. The leaves are blue-green to yellow-green with…

Succulentopedia Glottiphyllum surrectum

Glottiphyllum surrectum

Glottiphyllum surrectum is a small, mat-forming succulent with short stems and slender, erect leaves. The rosettes are up to 3.2 inches (8…