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Anacampseros crinita
Scientific Name: Anacampseros crinita Dinter ex Poelln.
Synonym: Anacampseros baeseckei var. crinita
Family: Crassulaceae

Anacampseros crinita at Kew RBG (1973-13748)
Frost Tolerance: Hardy to 34F (1C)

Heat Tolerance: Keep shaded in Phoenix in summer

Sun Exposure:

Origin: South Africa (Northern Cape Province, Namaqualand)

Growth Habits: Leaf succulent, develop a small caudex, 4 inches tall (10 cm), leaves 0.16 inches long (4 mm)

Watering Needs:


The picture shows the fruit, that open when dry. The seeds are numerous and germinate easily wherever they fall.

Blooming Habits:
Reddish flowers, 0.8 inches in diameter (2 cm)

Fruiting Habits:

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