Othonna capensis (Little Pickles)

Othonna capensis - A moderately slow-growing evergreen succulent with fat swollen blue-green upright 1 inch long pickle-shaped leaves that grows in dense clumps to not much more than 4 inches tall and spreads to about 1 foot wide with foliage often blushing a purple red when drought stressed. From mid-spring through fall and sometimes year-round appear the bright yellow 1/2 inch wide daisy flowers that emerge from small violet-hued pea shaped buds and rise not more than an inch or two above the foliage.  Family: Asteraceae

Othonna capensis (Little Pickles) 1

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Online since: April 14th 2018


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Categories : Asteraceae - Family - Horizontal - Landscape - Photos subjects - Plant Family - Perennial plants -

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