Succulent with stems being clumping, branched, slightly hairy, about 12 cm high and about 1 cm in diameter. Flowers in small basal groups, pinkish-white, about 4 cm in diameter, star shaped. Half shade in Summer. Cutting  Rooted cutting   

~~Herbaceous species. Leaves almost roundish, slightly 5-lobed, slightly pubescent, intense green above and reddish below, carried by a long petiole. Flowers white shaded with reddish pink, on a long stalk. Well drained soil. Half-shade or shade. Water when the soil is almost completely dry. Reduce...

~~Rosettes of triangular, succulent, keeled, slender, slightly toothed leaves with transparent stripes at apex. S. Africa. Half-hardy. Bare root 10 cm pot  

American variety. Purple stems. Leaves slenderly heart-shaped, green with purple venations. Edible tubers. Purple red skin. Flesh violet-pink speckled with white. Good chestnut taste. High producer in deep fertile soils. Cutting 14 cm pot 

~~Small shrub. Ornamental because of the 10 cm long clusters of crimson small fruits. Leaves cordate, ovate. Flowers small, whitish, star-shaped. Caribbean Sea and Gulf of Mexico. 14 cm pot

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