Faucaria

The name Faucaria was derived from the Latin word 'faux' (jaw) referring to the arrangement of the toothed leaves. The often colourful leaves are triangular with smooth to roughly tuberculed surfaces and distinct margins which are often toothed. The autumn flowers are yellow to reddish orange.

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Faucaria are hardy plants requiring little water in both summer and winter.

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Faucaria brittenae Faucaria brittenae

Faucaria brittenae

‘Tiger Jaws’. A clump-forming species with silvery green thick triangular leaves covered in white tubercles and edged with soft white teeth. Yellow daisy-like flowers. Part sun/light shade.

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Faucaria lupina Faucaria lupina

Faucaria lupina

‘Tiger Jaws’. A clump-forming species with silvery green thick triangular leaves covered in white tubercles and edged with soft white teeth. Yellow daisy-like flowers. Part sun/light shade.

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Faucaria 'Super Warty' Faucaria 'Super Warty'

Faucaria 'Super Warty'

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Faucaria tuberculosa Faucaria tuberculosa

Faucaria tuberculosa

‘Tiger Jaws’. A clump-forming species with dark green thick triangular leaves covered in white tubercles and edged with soft white teeth. Yellow daisy-like flowers. Part sun/light shade.

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