This plant has no fragrance
Anacampseros telephiastrum is a small succulent herb. It is named after an ancient name for herbs that restore lost love. They are planted for their attractive stubby succulent leaves. The plants form clumping and basal rosettes with colours that intensify with more light. The flowers only open in high density light and often the flower will not open in greenhouses. In England it was grown in the 1700's.
Common problems with Anacampseros
Generally problem free
How to harvest Anacampseros
Generally not harvested
How to propagate Anacampseros
Sow seeds into trays as soon as ripe, use free draining, coarse or potting mix.
Root stem cuttings in spring at ambient temperatures.
Special features of Anacampseros
Can be grown in containers in free draining coarse, sandy potting mix.
Can be grown indoors in a bright light area, can take some direct morning sun.