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Marlothistella stenophylla

Marlothistella stenophylla is native to Joubertina, Eastern Cape, South Africa. Great pot plant.  Cylindrical blue/green leaves.  They grow a small caudex rootstock which you can raise to show later on.  Grow in part shade  to full sun.  Full sun is what the plant prefers with leaves turning purple.  Water regularly in warm weather and keep drier in winter.  They have pinky/purple flowers.  Keep dry in winter so they don’t rot.

 
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