Adromischus are small leaved succulent shrublets. Their oddly shaped and interestingly marked leaves are their main attraction. They produce small, upright flowers. Adromischus flowers usually have a greenish-white tube and pink or reddish corolla. Adromischus cristatus is a small, slow-growing succulent which produces 5 cm branching stems and frilled, pale green leaves which are 5 cm long and up to 2.5 cm wide. These are covered with tiny hairs. Flowers appear atop of a 20 cm long stem.

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It requires moist air.

Pests and Diseases:

It has no serious pest or disease problems.

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