Succulent Gardening: The Art of Nature

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Aloinopsis rubrolineata

With good light Aloinopsis rubrolineata will grow and flower in winter. They need partial to full sun. The summer sun will cause them to turn red. Keep dry in winter and regular water in summer. Needs a deep pot for itís tap root. Great bright windowsill plant. It will eventually form a caudex and as it does, lift the plant up and make it visible.

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