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Conophytum bilobum

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Author: Nicholas Edward Brown 1922
Family:  Aizoaceae
Habitat:   South Africa
Soil:   Mix
Water:   Medium
Sun:   Medium
Thickness:  3 centimetres
Height:  7 centimetres
Flower:   Yellow
Propagate:   Seeds/Cuttings
Names:   Conophytum bilobum `cordatum`
Synonyms:  Mesembryanthemum bilobum Marloth 1907.
Derenbergia biloba,
Conophytum cordatum
Schick & Tischer 1927.
Conophytum bilobum subsp. altum, S.A.Hammer.
Conophytum bilobum
subsp. claviferens, S.A.Hammer.
Conophytum bilobum
subsp. gracilistylum, S.A.Hammer.

This member of the Aizoaceae family was described by Nicholas Edward Brown in 1922. It is found in the western part of South Africa, growing in a well drained soil with some water in winter and some sun. It will grow up to seven centimetres height, and cover the ground. The flowers are yellow, and the plant can be reproduced both by cuttings and seeds.