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A picture of a Rosularia


Rosularia spp.

Rosularia turkestanica by (CC BY-SA 3.0)

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Rosularia Overview

Rosularia is a genus of around 20 species of succulents in the stonecrop family, Crassulaceae. These plants are native to North Africa and parts of Eurasia including the Himalayas. They are characterised by their compact, low rosettes of fleshy leaves and upright spikes of Summer flowers. In cultivation they are often grown in alpine houses but can be grown outside in sharply-drained compost in full sun with protection from winter wet.


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