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Oscularia

The genus Oscularia is found in the Western Cape Province, extending into the Northern Cape Province in South Africa. The plants form small erect or spreading shrubs with red stems and odd, grayish-green, very waxy, three-angled, club-shape to sickle-shaped leaves. The beautiful pink flowers are almond-scented. The plants are easy to grow and ideal for rockeries or garden plantings. They do best in full sun and like lots of water. They are easily propagated by seed or from cuttings.

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Oscularia alba

Oscularia alba


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Oscularia cedarbergensis

Oscularia cedarbergensis


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Oscularia comptonii

Oscularia comptonii


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Oscularia deltoides

Oscularia deltoides


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Oscularia excedens

Oscularia excedens


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Oscularia falciformis

Oscularia falciformis


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Oscularia guthriae

Oscularia guthriae


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Oscularia lunata

Oscularia lunata


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Oscularia ornata

Oscularia ornata


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Oscularia paardebergensis

Oscularia paardebergensis


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*Currently 0 of 0 known species in this genus are represented on SucculentGuide.com.
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