Succulent Gardening: The Art of Nature

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Dorstenia Mait escarpment

Dorstenia Mait Escarpment are members of the Moraceae family coming from The Mait Escarpment in Somalia. Their minimum average temperature should be 40°F. This plant is native to the Mait Escarpment in Somalia. Their bodies are mostly green with some gray.  Their wrinkled leaves are a Light green color.  Grow in part shade.  Water more heavily in summer and keep drier in winter.  Plants need water to keep their roots alive.  They can rot if given too much water in winter.  Find the right watering and it will grow to be a beautiful plant with branches and a fat caudex.  Keep as warm as possible in winter. 

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