‘False Squill’ Ledebouria barberton Succulent-like Xeric, Pots & Rock Gardens Narrow, olive-green leaves have dark purple markings and are held upright in what will eventually become a nice clump. In summer the clumps are adorned with miniature gray, green, and purple flowers borne on spikes. We don't have much information about this species. Barberton is the area in South Africa where this particular variety was originally collected. This one has kept its leaves throughout the winter. This species resembles a miniature Manfreda when not blooming. Hardy to 20-25°F. Exposure: Full Sun/Light Shade. Dimensions(HxW): 8-12" x 8-12"
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