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Aloinopsis malherbei

Aloinopsis are Mesembs of the Great Karoo! Aloinopsis grows in the Northern Cape, on the border with the Western Cape. They grow around the general area of Calvinia & Loeriesfontein on shaly lowers slopes, in flats or crevices. These are very low winter rainfall areas, with fairly hot mid summers and cold frosty winters. Need deeper pots due to root system. Needs good winter light to maintain leaf structure. Low summer activity as well as mid winter, careful with watering. They are also prone to redspider and mealy bug attacks, so keep a lookout.Need deeper pots due to root system. Needs good winter light to maintain leaf structure. Low summer activity as well as mid winter, careful with watering. They are also prone to redspider and mealy bug attacks, so provide good air circulation and keep a lookout.

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