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Nananthus vittatus (Rabiea albipuncta)


Nananthus vittatus (Nananthus transvaalensis/Rabiea albipuncta) (Mesebrianthemaceae). This succulent is native to the South-east part of Northern cape and South east part of North-western South Africa. It is a low, multi-branching, wrinkled, plant forming a mat with succulent leaves arranged in low rosettes and carrot like roots. The roots form a caudex which is loved by caudiciform collectors. Sowing: Sow seeds in autumn. Locality: Fauresmith. Harvest: March 2024


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