Author : (E.Mey. ex Fenzl) G.D.Rowley
Family : Portulacaceae
Habitat : South Africa
Avonia quinaria is a dwarf perennial caudiciform plant with a buried turnip-like caudex, topped with myriads of silvery-white stems, low to the ground. The flowers are pink and are the largest in the Avonia section. It is considered the most spectacular of all Avonias.
IN THE AUCTION SITUATION, the 2 FIRST PICTURES ARE EXACTLY THE PLANT YOU'LL RECEIVED
Last Imported subject available for sale from a private collection where it had been in cultivation for 10 years. About 6/7cm. We will never have such specimens for sale again due to the ban on the export of this plant
OUR PLANTS OUR ARE SENT WITH THE POT OR BARE ROOTS. PLEASE CONSULT OUR CONDITIONS OF SALE BECAUSE NO GUARANTEE IS GIVEN REGARDING THEIR RETURN. THEY ALSO TRAVEL AT YOUR OWN RISK, THE CARRIER YOU HAVE CHOSEN REMAINS RESPONSIBLE FOR THEIR DELIVERY. YOU MUST CONTACT HIM IN CASE OF A DELIVERY PROBLEM, WITH THE TRACKING NUMBER YOU HAVE RECEIVED.