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ADROMISCHUS MARIANIAE "HERREI"
(f. multicolor Pilbeam)
Section: 5 Longipedunculati

See also marianiae, antidorcadum, geyeri, hallii, immaculatus, kubusensis, Little Spheroid and Tanqua.




DISTRIBUTION
Namaqualand coastal mountains.


CULTIVATION
Easily rotted, but the creeping stems readily re-root.


Adromischus marianiae herrei
The outstanding red-brown population of A. marianiae “herrei”, in the Harras area, W. Steinkopf.

CHARACTERS

This petite Adromischus has the roughest leaves and can resemble dried raisins! It is a dainty, small plant, characterised by petiolate leaves, thin stems and thin inflorescences.

COMMENTS
Forms have been collected with red, brown and pale green leaves - all very desirable!

Last Updated: Feb 2003
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