Ceraria namaquensis / Namaqua porkbush

$158.00
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The rarely seen Ceraria namaquensis - also known as "Namaqua porkbush" or "Namaqua portulacaria" - is a Namibian/South African succulent with silver, birch-like, metallic shimmering stems covered from top to bottom with greenish-blue gum-like leaves - it has a unique appearance. In spring, under the right conditions, you can see a profusion of small pink flowers just before the plant goes into summer dormancy. Due to the slow growth, the plant has been grafted to be more robust.

Unique - quite minimalistic; from own succulent/plant collection; multi-branched; not over-fertilised therefore top healthy and robust (100% organic quality before quantity!), slow growing, not hardy, potted in self-mixed permeable organic substrate in a clay pot; repotting only desired in 3-4years; for a sunny location; no waterlogging, please; enjoy your new Ceraria namaquensis / Namaqua porkbush!

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