Tromotriche revoluta var. trigrida (Revolute-flowered Tromotriche) is a rhizomatous succulent that readily offsets to form an up to 1…
Tromotriche is a genus of plants in the family Asclepiadaceae native to southern Africa. Tromotriche was first described as a genus in 1812, and its Greek name refers to the quivering hairs that surround the lobes of its flowers ("tromo", meaning "trembling" and "trichos", meaning "hair").
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Tromotriche revoluta (Revolute-flowered Tromotriche) is a rhizomatous succulent with toothed, more or less square-shaped stems that…