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Cephalophyllum

Cephalophyllum spp.

Cephalophyllum alstonii PICT2736 by Amrum (CC BY-SA 2.5)

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Cephalophyllum alstonii PICT2736

Overview

This genus contains 37 clumping perennial succulents with cylindrical to semi-cylindrical foliage. They originate from sandy, coastal areas in regions of Southern Africa and have been widely cultivated for their attractive fleshy leaves and brightly coloured daisy-like flowers with lots of petals. Common colours include yellow, purple, red and white and these flowers tend to open in response to midday sunshine.

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