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A picture of a Oscularia caulescens

Oscularia caulescens

Oscularia caulescens

Oscularia caulescens WPC by WayneRay (CC BY-SA 4.0)

Full Sun
Easy care
Light watering


RHS hardiness


Minimum temperature

Expected size





  • spring
  • summer
  • autumn
  • winter

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Some green Oscularia caulescens leaves
A photo of Oscularia caulescens

Oscularia caulescens Overview

Oscularia caulescens is a perennial species in the Aizoaceae family. It is native to South Africa and its found in semi-arid and rocky habitats. This plant has waxy, fleshy leaves, often with a triangular cross-section. It produces brightly-coloured, daisy-like, lilac flowers in summer and autumn. They are usually grown under glass in temperate climates, but can withstand being grown outside during the summer provided they have winter protection.

How to propagate Oscularia caulescens


You can propagate from cuttings which are taken in spring or from seed sown when ripe.


Special features of Oscularia caulescens

Attractive flowers

Attractive leaves

Drought resistant

Attracts bees


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