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Monanthes is a genus of succulent, subtropical plants of the Crassulaceae family. The species are mostly endemic to the Canary islands, the Madeira and the Cape Verde archipelago and in mountains in southwestern Morocco. The name "monanthes" is Greek word, meaning "single flower".

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Succulentopedia Monanthes lowei

Monanthes lowei

Monanthes lowei is a small succulent with loose or rather compact, flat rosettes, up to 1 inch (2.5 cm) in diameter, of 15 to 45 leaves…

Succulentopedia Monanthes pallens

Monanthes pallens

Monanthes pallens is a succulent plant that forms very dense rosettes of up to 100 pale green leaves. The rosettes grow up to 0.6 inches…

Succulentopedia Monanthes muralis

Monanthes muralis

Monanthes muralis is a densely branched, dwarf, perennial, succulent shrub up to 4 inches (10 cm) tall, with tiny, up to 0.4 inch (1 cm)…

Succulentopedia Monanthes laxiflora

Monanthes laxiflora

Monanthes laxiflora is a slightly woody, diffusely to densely branched succulent shrublet. The branches vary from erect and tufted, dwarf…

Succulentopedia Monanthes polyphylla

Monanthes polyphylla

Monanthes polyphylla is an attractive succulent that forms small, upright, cone-like rosettes. It grows up to 5 inches (12.5 cm) tall…