Here you will find all those species of desert plants that are not included in their own category. We will place here all plants from unusual families, other than Agaves, Aloes, Crassulaceae, Sansevieria, Mesembs, Epiphytic cacti, etc.
Boswellia ovalifoliolata is native to India, but unlike the widespread Indian species Boswellia serrata, this one is restricted to a rather small area: It is endemic to the Tirumala hills, in the Seshachalam hillranges of Palakonda, in the Eastern Ghats.
It is widely distributed in dry forests, semi-deciduous forests, and less frequently in scrub with Croton socotranus, at an altitude of 50 to 600 metres. https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boswellia_socotranaDe Mauro Raffaelli - Trabajo propio, CC BY-SA 3.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=19881922
2 years old, Stem height: 15-20 cm , Unusual "palm-like" Hawaiian plant, with a succulent stem swollen at the base. Flowers are cream - white and fragrant. It is critically endangered in the wild, because its pollinator is now extinct, so the plant does not set seeds well enough. Itt is native to steep, volcanic cliffs and it thrives in pots, even in...
The highly ornamental species is native to a small area in southeastern coastal Madagascar by Saint Lucie, in the humid coastal forest and there is threatened with habitat loss from deforestation and mining. Leaves are succulent, dark green and glossy and flowers are deep purple and showy, with a metallic shine.
Graceful succulent with rosettes of grey leaves coated in a white felt, which typically cracks after a sudden rain. It was formerly placed in the genus Senecio, under the name Senecio scaposus ssp. addoensis. It is fairly easy in cultivation but it is slow.
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