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Adromischus Aloe Aloe aristata areoles Asclepiadaceae base become best-known species cacti cactus centre Ceropegia closely colour Conophytum covered Crassula dark green drainage holes dry in winter Duvalia easily Echeveria Echinocactus edge epiphytic Euphorbia fleshy flowers flowers are large flowers are produced flowers are small form clumps Formerly in Cereus Formerly in Echinocactus Gasteria genera genus glochids grafting green leaves greenhouse growers grown growth hairs Haworthia hybridised hybrids inflorescence K.Schum L.Bol large number leaf cuttings mesembryanthemums Mexico non-porous pots offsets Orostachys pair of leaves pale petals pink flowers plant body Propagation prostrate purple raised from seed reddish repotted resting period ribs Rochea root rosette Rosularia round Ruschia S.W. Africa Schwant scion seedlings Senecio shrubby similar slender soil sometimes South America spherical Stapelia stemless stout succulent plants summer surface Tavaresia temperature thick tips tubercles usually white flowers whitish yellow flowers