Pleiospilos nelii

Pleiospilos nelii
Pleiospilos nelii
Pleiospilos nelii

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Botanical name: Pleiospilos nelii

Pleiospilos nelii, also known as liver plant, is a succulent plant from South Africa with two to four fleshy, grey-green or brownish leaves with dark spots and a cleft in the middle. It produces large, yellow-orange, daisy-like flowers in winter that are fragrant and attractive. Pleiospilos nelii is grown as an ornamental plant in rock gardens, containers, or windowsills. It requires well-drained soil, full sun, and minimal water in summer.

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Family: Aizoaceae
Type: succulent
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