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|Othonna clavifolia (LC)|
In the wild, these are some of the rarest habitat specialists. Fortunately, it turns out that the genus is relatively easy in cultivation and the species are happy to cross with each other. So nearly all adromischus in cultivation are crosses and cultivars developed in nurseries. This means that collectors have long ago stopped poaching them from the wild. But since they are rare in habitat to begin with, adromischus are still in danger mainly from mining activities as well as severe habitat degradation by, of all things, ostriches. But the prettiest ones are available at specialty nurseries. They are also easily seed-grown, if you are up to it.
|Adromischus marianiae "Little Crusty Sphaeroid"|
|Adromischus marianiae "Little Sphaeroid Red"|
|Adromischus marianiae herrei "Lime Drops".|
|Haworthia comptoniana x bayeri "Secret Forest"|
|Haworthia emelyae var. emelyae|
|Haworthia springbokvlakensis "Crystal Ball"|
|Haworthia bayeri "Suisyo"|
|Haworthia truncata "Sizanumi"|
|Haworthia koelmaniorum var. koelmaniorum|