Rabiea albinota – Clock Plant Seed x20

$3.60

Succulent Arid Living Mat-forming Groundcover

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Clock Plant

Rabiea albinota

(This plant is not on the Australian Noxious Weed List)

This low-growing, mat-forming succulent is from Orange State in South Africa is adaptable to most conditions provided it has good drainage. A slow growing plant if water is restricted, it can be quite vigorous if sufficient water is available and has a frost tolerance of minus 18 degrees C if kept very dry in winter.

The plant consists of paired leaves which are different in shape from each other and grow 40 mm long and up to 9 mm broad. The leaves have a warty appearance imparted by dots on the leaf surface. Flowering is spring to summer but the plant seems to bloom almost randomly. Flowers are bright yellow, 35-45 mm in diameter.

The root system is thick and tuberous and, if re-potted so as to expose a portion of the roots, the plants takes on a much sought-after architectural form that adds to its interest. Additionally, the plants tend to grow more “heads” when they are raised.

A plant for beginners as they are easy and rewarding plants to grow.

Offered is a packet of 20 seeds with Grownotes to assist you.

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Item specifics

Plant Habit: Dwarf, Flowering Common Name: Clock Plant
Climate: Dry, Sub-tropical, Temperate Season of Interest: Autumn
Sunlight: Partial Shade Watering: Light
Genus: Rabiea Type: Succulent
Foliage: Evergreen Soil pH: Neutral
Species: albinota Soil Type: Loam, Sand, Free Draining Cactus Mix
Plant Hardiness Zone (°C): 5 (5 to 10 °C)
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