Photo taken in August -in 75mm pot
An easily grown plant with small fat leaves nearly triangular to about 2 cm across. It is more a small scrambling shrub growing to 13 to 20 cm high and wide at times it can do with a prune, in habitat its mainly found under shrubs indicating it may need more shade than others of this genera. Comes from the western cape of South Africa from Touwsberg,and Hermanus. Widespread in Little Karoo
Flowers grow on a long spike 20 to 35cm long with 5 to 7 small tubular flowers white to pink with a crimson mid strip in October. This plant was names after Dianthus similar coloured flowers.
Beware this species leaves can drop of so easily when handled its a difficult plant to post it always drops leave but on the bright side you will have some leaf babies soon very easy to grow from leaf.
Please follow the link below for Growing Tips on Adromischus.
*Purchasing this particular species of Adromischus is at the "BUYERS RISK" as it is extremely delicate and will most likely lose a lot or most of its leaves during transit. We will NOT send a replacement plant or issue refund if this happens.
These plants are easy to grow though and any dislodged leaves can be easily re-propagated into new plants.