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A picture of a Otjihipa Rock-Sage

Otjihipa Rock-Sage

Aeollanthus haumannii

Full Sun
Easy care
Tender

H5-H1c

RHS hardiness

-15°C

Minimum temperature

Flowering

  • spring
  • summer
  • autumn
  • winter

More images of Otjihipa Rock-Sage

Close-up of the stems of Aeollanthus haumannii.
Aeollanthus haumannii
Otjihipa Mountain, just north of the Marienfluss and Kunene confluence on the Angolan border.
Aeollanthus haumannii in habitat on the Otjihipa Mountain.

Otjihipa Rock-Sage Overview

Aeollanthus haumannii is an aromatic, branched succulent with sticky, green leaves, bearing whitish mauve, 2-lipped flowers in autumn, only known from a solitary mountain in Kaokoveld, northern Namibia, growing on a sheer, south-facing cliff. Easily grown from cuttings or seed and best for gardens with a summer-dry climate.

Special features of Otjihipa Rock-Sage

Drought resistant

Pot plant