Aloe Juvenna (Tiger Tooth Aloe)

Aloe Juvenna

With in the family of the Xanthorrhoeaceae (subfamily Asphodeloideae), the genus Aloe is classified, composed of about 500 species of succulent plants from Africa, Madagascar, and the Middle East.

It is known by the vulgar names of Dwarf Aloe or Aloe Juvena.

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Aeonium Sunburst

Aeonium Sunburst

The Aeonium Sunburst is a succulent evergreen tree with large rosettes of different colors, 6-8 inches wide and 15-20 cm wide, with spoon-shaped fleshy leaves, native to the Canary Islands, on the northwest coast of Africa and belong to the family of the CRASSULACEAE.

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Adromischus Maculatus

Adromischus Maculatus

The Adromischus Maculatus is a type of succulent native to Africa, which groups about 40 species of very fleshy leaves that grow in semi-arid regions.

One of the Adromischus species is Adromischus Maculatus o Calico Hearts, also known as cheetah heart or chocolate drops.

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Adromischus Cristatus

Adromischus Cristatus

The Adromischus Cristatus it is a succulent plant species, which belongs to the Crassulaceae family and is endemic to the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa.

It is a perennial plant, that is, that lives more than two years, with branches that grow straight and short about 2 to 5 cm long, covered with fine roots, which grow at ground level.

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