Wednesday, March 7, 2012

Cheiridopsis candidissima

I'm afraid it was a little late in the day when we got out to take this photo, but it was still showing off its crinkly pedals. Normally, they aren't like this and I don't know why this one is, but it was a nice little oddity. Cheiridopsis candidissima is a really easy succulent to grow, originally from South Africa.
 

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    se parece a unas que le decimos chascones, pero no tienen nada que ver una con la otra, un abrazo.

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