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Gibbaeum pubescens SB646

This plant was discovered in South Africa by the collector Steven Brack, who gave it the field number SB646. It is a dwarf succulent, which does not exceed a few centimeters in height, but rather tends to cluster, occupying considerable horizontal spaces. Its leaves are fleshy and opaque, due to a whitish patina, similar to hair, that covers them; they are arranged in a group of two, resembling an open mouth (hence the common name of "shark's mouth"). Like other succulents with a similar appearance, Gibbaeum pubescens will grow and color your rooms with its flowers, which bloom in winter, while in summer it will enter the dormancy period.