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Rare and amazing plants

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Euphorbia stellata is a small geophytic species, both a caudiciform and medusoid Euphorbia. The short, conical to truncate stem merges with the thick turnip-shaped root forming a woody caudex up to 6 inches cm) tall and up to 3 inches cm) in diameter.

Euphorbia stellata

Euphorbia stellata is a small geophytic species, both a caudiciform and medusoid Euphorbia. The short, conical to truncate stem merges with the thick turnip-shaped root forming a woody caudex up to 6 inches (15 cm) tall and up to 3 inches (7.5 cm) in diameter.

Euphorbia stellata is a small geophytic species, both a caudiciform and medusoid Euphorbia. The short, conical to truncate stem merges with the thick turnip-shaped root forming a woody caudex up to 6 inches cm) tall and up to 3 inches cm) in diameter.

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Euphorbia stellata is a small geophytic species, both a caudiciform and medusoid Euphorbia. The short, conical to truncate stem merges with the thick turnip-shaped root forming a woody caudex up to 6 inches (15 cm) tall and up to 3 inches (7.5 cm) in diameter.

Aloe King Rex

Aloe King Rex. After many years of selection and careful propagating, Rooiklip can now release its next generation tree aloe called Aloe King Rex. It poses properties which surpass the ones from Aloe Rex as well as many of the ones currently in the green trade.

Gasteraloe "Dark Spike"

This Gasteraloe is a Very different but spectacular plant with unusual colouring. It has fat, smooth, icy light green leaves. Plants, Green, Green Leaves, Cactus Plants

Gasteraloe "Green Ice"

This Gasteraloe is a Very different but spectacular plant with unusual colouring. It has fat, smooth, icy light green leaves.

Gasteraloe "Royal Highness"

Gasteraloe "Short Green"

Gasteraloes

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Gasteraloes

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Gasteraloes

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Aloe erinacea is a rare species of succulent plant in the genus Aloe with rounded, ball-shaped rosettes, brownish green leaves and the particularly long black thorns on the margins. The leaves are narrowly triangular, up to 10 inches (25 cm) long and up to 1.6 inches (4 cm) wide at the base, then curving gracefully upwards and inwards resulting in the neat and rounded appearance.