Othonna capensis L.H.Bailey, Cycl. Amer. Hort. 1180 (1901). 1180 1901. (syn: Othonna crassifolia (Harv.) Harv.) as per The Plant List;

Crassothonna capensis (L. H. Bailey) B. Nord. (syn: Othonna capensis L. H. Bailey; Othonna crassifolia Harv. (ambiguous synonym); Othonna filicaulis Eckl. ex Harv. & Sond. (ambiguous synonym)) as per Catalogue of Life;   
South Africa (E-Cape Prov.), New Zealand (I) as per Catalogue of Life;

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Othonna capensis L. H. Bailey cultivated in Sunnyvale Nursery, California


 

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Othonna capensis from Delhi-GSJAN2016/07 : 2 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (3)

Othonna capensis L. H. Bailey, Cycl. Amer. Hort. 1180 (1901). 1180 1901.
Common name: Little pickles
I had initially uploaded this plant from California in 2013 but almost forgotten about it till … today identified for me the plant I had photographed from Delhi University Flower show in February 2015.
Slow growing clump forming evergreen plant from South Africa, often grown in pots, with succulent finger like alternate leaves, blue green in colour, up to 3 cm long, tips turning red in dry conditions. Heads yellow, radiate,  12-15 mm across on long stalks.  


 

 

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Location: Jawalakhel Flowwr Show, Lalitpur
Date: 20 October  2019
Elevation: 1300  m.

Habit : Cultivated

Senecio ??


Delosperma sp. trailing ice plant or even vining ice plant 


I tried searching based on clues from …, but could not get anywhere.


Leaves appear like Curio radicans (L. f.) P. V. Heath, but flower structure is different.  


Crassothonna capensis (L.H.Bailey) B.Nord. ??
Syn : Othonna capensis L.H.Bailey

I agree with Othonna capensis “Ruby Necklace”


 

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