Adromischus Filicaulis Marlothii

Adromischus filicaulis marlothii is a succulent that produces rosettes of silver-green, needle-like leaves which grow slowly. Adromischus has poor drainage and dry air will cause it to rot – though this can be avoided by watering them every two weeks with water mixed half/half with rainwater. Adromischus filicaulis marlothii likes brightly lit areas and has…

Adromischus Marianae F. Alveolatus – Cultivation And Propagation

Adromischus marianae f. alveolatus is a tiny, much-branched succulent that can grow up to 6 inches (15 centimeters) high. Stems are thick, ascending, commonly restricted at the base, and up to 0.8 inches (2 centimeters) long, and are also approximately 0.2 inches (0.5 centimeters) in diameter. Leaves are straight to put up, typically balanced, sub-spherical…

Adromischus Marianiae Var. Hallii – Propagation and Cultivation Tips

Adromischus marianiae var. hallii is an unusual and very rare plant from south African or the Namibian border, it has the widest, thickest leaves within the Adromischus marianiae complex. Leaves are much shorter, rounded, milky, red-spotted or plain, and grey-green. It is a dwarf to low-growing type, remains small and looks tiny with tuberous roots,…