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Glottiphyllum

Plants genus Glottiphyllum are found in the southern parts of South Africa and tend to straddle spring and autumn rainfall areas. They are characterized by soft, strap-like leaves and large yellow flowers. The plants are generally low-growing and form clumps of compact rosettes. Glotts are considered very easy to grow and are quite tolerant of growing conditions. Over watering will not kill them; rather, they will simply become more opulent and fleshy. Glottiphyllum are easily grown from seed.

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Glottiphyllum carnosum

Glottiphyllum carnosum


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Glottiphyllum cruciatum

Glottiphyllum cruciatum


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Glottiphyllum depressum

Glottiphyllum depressum


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Glottiphyllum difforme

Glottiphyllum difforme


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Glottiphyllum fergusoniae

Glottiphyllum fergusoniae


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Glottiphyllum grandiflorum

Glottiphyllum grandiflorum


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Glottiphyllum linguiforme

Glottiphyllum linguiforme


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Glottiphyllum longum

Glottiphyllum longum


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Glottiphyllum neilii

Glottiphyllum neilii


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Glottiphyllum nelii

Glottiphyllum nelii


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*Currently 2 of 17 known species in this genus are represented on SucculentGuide.com.
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