Faucaria tigrina C09

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Also known as tiger's mouth, its peculiarity is the shape and textures of its leaves.

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Faucaria trigrina (Tiger's Mouth) is a succulent belonging to the aizoacea family, native to South Africa.

It is a plant that has no stem, of height reaches 15cm, its leaves are fleshy with the toothed edges.

Its leaves are grayacea but if you expose it a little in the sun it turns reddish. You can have it outdoors in sun or semi-shade or indoors in a place with lots of lighting. 

It flowers in autumn and in early winter, its flowers are yellow.

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Also known as tiger's mouth, its peculiarity is the shape and textures of its leaves.

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