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 maculatus is a low growing succulent. The stem is very short, only reaching 15 cm in length. The leaves are grey-green speckled with brown or purple spots (not present on the young plant). The flowers are pale yellowish green in colour.

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It requires moist air.

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It has no serious pest or disease problems.

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