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Nachtblühende Mittagsblume. Eine langsamwachsende, winterharte Rarität aus den Bergen Lesothos.
Stomatium mustellinum is a perennial, clump-forming succulent plant. It has 4-6 pairs of small leaves on short branchlets. The two leaves of a pair are often unequal, narrowly triangular and keeled or boat-like towards the apex. Where the lower surfaces approach the upper surface they sometimes form a chin-like point. The leaf margins and keel have broad "teeth" but this characteristic is variable and less prominent in some plants. The grey-green succulent leaves are rubbery, pliable and reptilian to the touch. The leaves are about 30-40 mm long and 10-20 mm broad.
The flowers are solitary on short peduncles without bracts. They are about 30 mm in diameter with many very fine, yellow, narrow and linear, radiating petals surrounding a cluster of stamens in the centre.
In its natural environment Stomatium mustellinum experiences extreme weather conditions with low winter and high summer temperatures. They are hardy plants and survive well with little moisture in areas with fluctuating rainfall patterns.
Aloinopsis spathulata, Bergeranthus jamesii, Crassula setulosa var. curta, Delosperma x dyerii 'Nani Forssman', Jovibarba heuffelii 'Typ Cakor-Paß 1849 m', Khadia x beswickii, Orostachys spinosa var. minor, Phemeranthus sediforme, Rabiea albinota, Ruschia putterilii 'ln Drakensberg', Saxifraga x poluanglica 'Sissi', Sedum acre 'Yellow Queen', Sempervivum x tectorum 'Noir', Stomatium mustellinum