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Drosanthemum hispidum

$5.50
Drosanthemum hispidum. 
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Drosanthemum micans

$8.00
Drosanthemum micans. 
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Drosanthemum prostatum

$7.00
Drosanthemum prostatum. 
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Drosanthemum striatum

$8.00
Drosanthemum striatum 
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Ebracteola fulleri

$6.00
Ebracteola fulleri (Mesembryanthemaceae) Sowing : Sow seeds in a well drained medium. 
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Erapsia heterophylla

$8.00
Erapsia heterophylla 
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Erepsia anceps

$7.00
Erepsia anceps 
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Erepsia heterophylla

$8.00
Erepsia heterophylla 
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Euphorbia avasmontana

$6.00
Euphorbia avasmontana (Euphorbiaceae). It is native to South Africa through Namaqualand, Bushmanland and Namibia. Many-stemmed, spiny, columnar cactus-like succulents branching at the base, 2-2,5 m tall that can sucker to nearly as wide. Sowing : Sow seed 
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Euphorbia clandestina

$20.00
Euphorbia clandestina (Euphorbiaceae). Volstruisnek (a) The plant has a single erect warty and cylindric stem. Sowing : Sow seeds in autumn. 
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Euphorbia clava

$20.00
Euphorbia clava (Euphorbiaceae). Columnar, bumpy green stem with leaves on top. Sowing : Sow seeds in springtime in a well drained medium. 
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Euphorbia enopla

$20.00
Euphorbia enopla (Euphorbiaceae) It is heavy branching and grows up to 100cm. It is profusely covered with thick, prominent lovely long red/maroon spines. Sowing : Sow seeds in a well drained medium. 
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Euphorbia mauritanica

$8.00
Euphorbia mauritanica (Euphorbiaceae) It is a spineless succulent shrub that can reach a height of 1,5m. The green branches all rise fro the root at ground levet and gives it a rounded mop appearance. Sowing : Sow seeds in summer. 
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Faucaria felina

$7.00
Faucaria felina (Mesembryanthemaceae). Native to South Africa. It is a low growing clump-forming, perennial succulent, it is one of the easiest species to identify, since it is the only one with white tubercles on the top of the leaves. Sowing : Sow in tr 
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Faucaria mix

$8.50
Faucaria mix. 
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Faucaria paucidens

$13.00
Faucaria paucidens (Aizoaceae) This one differs from the other Faucarias in that it only have 1 to 3 pairs of teeth on the leaves. Sowing : Sow seeds in a well drained medium. 
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Faucaria subintegra

$4.00
Faucaria subintegra (Mesembryanthemaceae). It form clumps of stemless rosettes. The thick leaves are triangular or semi-circular in shape with spiny looking edges. They bloom for several months in winter. The flowers open around midday and close in the la 
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Faucaria tuberculosa

$5.00
Faucaria tuberculosa. 
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Fenestraria aurantiaca

$7.00
Fenestraria aurantiaca (Mesembryanthemaceae). The plant consist of finger-like leaves that stand up and show only the top of the fingers. On each end of the leaf there is transparent window-like area. In the wild, the plant grows mostly buried by sand. Th 
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Gasteria acinacifolia

$7.00
Gasteria acinacifolia. 
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