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Portulacaria armiana is a large succulent-leafed shrub bearing grey-green leaves and long perennial whipstick-like branches with sprays of soft white flowers. It is endemic to the lower Orange River Valley, growing in the Ai-Ais-Richtersveld Transfrontier National Park. A very hardy, drought-tolerant plant best grown in desert and succulent karoo gardens. ZA Distribution: Northern Cape.