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Adromischus

Their habitat is mainly in south-west Africa. The majority are small clumps a few others can grow to 6". The flowers are quite small with colours being from white to red & on top of a single spike.


Adromischus cooperi is found in western Sth Africa. It can survive the temperature at -7° centigrade (c. 19° fahrenheit), but not for too long.

Adromischus cooperi


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