This is a low-growing Adromischus, densely branching, with grey-green pointed leaves, only mildly mottled. This South African species has the widest geographical distribution in the genus.
This is a low-growing Adromischus, densely branching, with grey-green pointed leaves, only mildly mottled. It has terete, fusiform leaves.
Adromischus mamillaris has the widest geographical distribution in the genus. It has been collected at stations from Oudtshoorn, through the Great Karoo, to South West Africa to Namaqualand.
It is still uncommon in cultivation and often misspelled as A.mammillaris.
We offer a plant of the following size: Large, branched, Cont.= 6-8 cm. Container size will just give you an idea of the size of the plant, because Crassulaceae are sent bare root. These plants are very tolerant of bare-rooting. We ship worldwide.
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|Herkunft der Arten||Afrika|
|Mindesttemperatur im Winter||0 ºC bis 10 ºC|