|Dimensions||13 × 10 × 10 cm|
Native: Eastern Cape, South Africa.
Common Names: Club-Adromischus, Plover Eggs Plant, Plover Eggs.
A slow-growing, dwarf also freely branches plants. These leaves can get knock off easily. The leaves can be oval to cylinder shape also be bluey-green in color. It needs a bright exposure, part shade in summer. The plant should be watered regularly in Summer allowing too dry before watering again. The plants prefer to be light watering in Winter to resist the cold. They grow best in well-drained soil also to keep the roots cool in summer.
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