Cheiridopsis vanzylii is a compact, moderately branched, rarely sunken, succulent plant . It has strongly keeled, three-sided leaves, and showy flowers.leaves are spreafing,, triangular in cross section, acutely keeled, papillate without a mucro or teeth, keel curving down, sides convex. Flowers are solitary, bracteolate, chrome yellow, often with a white base, petals reddening with age particularly on the outside, stamens forming an upright ring.
|Sunlight Demand:||Full sun|
|Soil Condition:||Sandy Loam|
|Purchase Size:||0.6'' (1.5cm)|
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