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Juttadinteria

The genus Juttandinteria occurs in southern Namibia into the northern part of the Richersveld in the Western Cape Province of South Africa. The plants form small clumps or shrubs of bluish-green, short, fleshy fused leaves, the margins and keels of which can be toothed. In terms of texture, they are often textured or waxy. The strongly scented, diurnal flowers are mostly white and solitary, appearing at the ends of the braches. The plants often become large and can be pruned. Juttadinteria are propagated from seed. Steven Hammer says they smell like rhubarb.

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Juttadinteria albata

Juttadinteria albata


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Juttadinteria ausensis

Juttadinteria ausensis


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Juttadinteria deserticola

Juttadinteria deserticola


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Juttadinteria kovisimontana

Juttadinteria kovisimontana


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Juttadinteria simpsonii

Juttadinteria simpsonii


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Juttadinteria suavissima

Juttadinteria suavissima


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