It is a perennial herb that grows from an enlarged, tuberlike woody roots (caudex) it is above ground in cultivation, although its caudex is underground in nature, dormant in winter.
Plant with a 8/10 cm caudex. Similar to the last pic, resting from end of summer.
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Family : Portulacaceae
Habitat : Tanzania
Perennial plant, 15-25cm tall, with erect stems 3-5 (-10) cm long and 1-2.5cm in diameter, emerging from a rhizome. Semi-cylindrical glabrous leaves 2.5-7cm long by 1-2 (-3) mm in diameter with a pointed end, arranged in a very loose rosette along the stems.
Daytime flowering in late...
Auteur : B.Nord. & van Jaarsv.
Famille : Asteraceae
Habitat : R.S.A.
Othonna cremnophila is an erect thick, fleshy, stemmed shrublet with leaves crowded at the ends of branches. It usually exhibits a squat or compact, but non-pendent, ascending growth. The solitary, short, thickset, main stem (caudex) forms markedly abbreviated and...
Author : Georges Guerrad Samuel Perrottet
Family : Dracaenaceae
Habitat : Oman
This member of the Dracaenaceae family was described by Georges Guerrard Samuel Perrottet in 1825. It is found in Northern Yemen and Oman. It grow on rocky slopes in a well drained soil with little to some water and lots of sun. The stem can grow to 35...