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Titanopsis is a small genus of about ten species of succulents naturally growing in the Upper Karoo in South Africa. They are attractive but quite unusual plants because of their formation.


The plants grow as dwarf succulents and produce thick truncated leaves with crumpled surfaces. These unusual leaves display all the hues of red, purple, green, cream, and blue throughout the year. Flowers appear in late fall and winter. Like its cousins in the Aizoaceae family, Titanopsis plants produce small daisy-like flowers.


The best place to grow a Titanopsis is a sunny spot with bright sunlight in summer and direct exposure to the sun in winter.



Titanopsis plants need moderate water when growing in late fall and early spring. Keep them somewhat dry the rest of the time. They need sandy soil with little organic material. These succulents are winter growers and should be kept relatively dry in summer.



* Picture and information intended only as a guide.  Size and colours of plants will vary, not any 1 plant is exactly the same and minor variations will occur.


** All plants will be posted bare rooted.


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