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Conophytum is a genus of miniature succulent plants that belong to the Aizoaceae family. The species are native to South Africa and Namibia. The name is derived from the Latin word "conus", meanig "cone" and the Greek word "phytum", meanig "plant". The plants are also known as Buttons, Water Blisters, Cone Plants, Dumplings or Button Plants.

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Conophytum chauviniae

Conophytum chauviniae is a dwarf, mat-forming succulent perennial with bodies of fused leaf pairs and beautiful solitary flowers. The…

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Conophytum cubicum

Conophytum cubicum is a marvelous succulent plant with bodies that have a broad top, up to 1 inch (2.5 cm) wide and narrowed base. Bodies…

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Conophytum herreanthus

Conophytum herreanthus is a small succulent that grows in clump of paired, leaf bodies. Leaves are gray-green, smooth, triangular, pointed…

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Conophytum turrigerum

Conophytum turrigerum is an attractive, stemless succulent with paired leaves are up to 3 inches (7.5 cm) tall and up to 1.2 inches (3 cm)…

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Conophytum frutescens

Conophytum frutescens is a very attractive, slow-growing, perennial succulent, up to 4 inches (10 cm) tall, that forms loose, spherical…

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Conophytum pellucidum

Conophytum pellucidum is a small, perennial succulent with grey-green to coppery-brown bodies. The bodies are actually pairs of leaves…

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