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Othonna arbuscula

Othonna arbuscula are from southern Africa. Arbuscula are a deciduous, perennial, shrub, with a rounded crown, growing between 0.5–1 m high. They divide into 2- or 3-branched, fleshy stems, in a beige, thin layer of bark. Their Leaves are green/grey, oblanceolate, sometimes coarsely toothed and are up to 15 mm long. Othonna arbuscula occurs on rocky slopes with clay soil, in the Richtersveld, Namaqualand klipkoppe, Knersvlakte, and also southwards into the Western Cape and the Robertson Karoo area. Winter grower
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