Sunday, March 3, 2013

Ceraria namaquensis

This fantastic plant is native to western South Africa and northward into Namibia, growing up to 8 or 9 feet tall. Some people have found it hard to grow on it's own roots and so it is often grafted to Portulacaria afra, but we have found it to be of relatively easy cultivation, as long as it's kept dry.


  1. It looks really interesting! Wished I had room for every plant I'd love to grow :)

  2. I have a customer who is looking for one. any ideas where she can get one? email
    thanks for any info you can give us.

  3. I am tired of trying to prove I am not a robot. please publish this.

    1. I'm *not trying to prove you're not a robot. I require that all comments to older posts are screened so that I can eliminate spams or people trying to use this blog as ad space. And as far as this plant is concerned, I have no idea where your customer could obtain one. Sorry.