This plant has a mild fragrance
Penther Spurflower Overview
A low growing succulent herb with white flowers growing on tall flower stalks. Closely related to P. neochilus, but has tuberous roots and flower colour differs. Naturally occurring in shallow sandy soils amoung granite rocks in grasslands in the Eastern Cape (RSA). Well suited for rockeries and sunny areas. A good water wise plant for rockeries.
Common problems with Penther Spurflower
How to propagate Penther Spurflower
Roots easily when 10-15cm cuttings are placed in a glass of water or in moist pottingsoil. Remove the bottom leaves from the cutting to encourage rooting.
Special features of Penther Spurflower
Other uses of Penther Spurflower
A good water wise plant for rockeries.