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ADROMISCHUS MONTIUM-KLINGHARDTII (Dinter) A. Berger
Section: 1 Adromischus




DISTRIBUTION
S. Namib, coastal Richtersveld & Namaqualand in South Africa.

CHARACTERS
A coastal species with always thick (as opposed to broad), usually flattened leaves.

CULTIVATION
Slower, but straightforward. Shy to flower.

Adromischus montium-klinghardtii
A. montium-klinghardtii, at Augrabies on quartzite.
COMMENTS
More south-easterly forms with terete leaves that have been classified as A. fragilis in the past, may belong here.

Small plants from Harras may also be a reduced form of this species.

Last Updated: Dec 2002
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