Aloinopsis

Aloinopsis spp.

profile iconAloinopsis rosulata
by Michael Wolf (CC BY-SA 3.0)
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profile iconAloinopsis rosulata
by Michael Wolf (CC BY-SA 3.0)
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Genus containing 15 dwarf, perennial, succulent species in the ice plant family, Aizoaceae. The Aizoaceae family is commonly known by the name ice plants and also known as vygies in South Africa and New Zealand. They have tuberous roots and a tufted growth habit. Produces fleshy leaves and daisy-like flowers with long, strap-shaped petals, either singly or in clusters. They are brightly coloured, usually yellow, white or pink and appear from late winter to early spring.

Planning

Flowering time

Spring, Winter

Special features

Origin

Western, Eastern and Northern Cape Provinces of South Africa.

Natural climate

Arid

Personality

Family

Aizoaceae

Flower colour

Pink, Yellow, White

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