aptenia cordifolia

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A cute succulent with pink/red flowers. Lies low to the ground. Whole plant is edible. In Ice Plant family, contains lots of water, great fire and weed barrier. Freeze leaves in plastic bags to break down leaf cells. Release alkaloids by drying 3-4 days. Antidepressant, helps addictions, smoking.
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Effect of irradiance on growth and development of Aptenia cordifolia (L.
Aptenia cordifolia mostro diferencias morfologicas que podrian considerarse adaptaciones a los diferentes regimenes de luz evaluados, variabilidad que a juicio de Valladares et al.
Aptenia cordifolia mostro variabilidad morfologica que permite su adaptacion a las condiciones de irradiancia evaluadas.
1996), baixa frequencia de quiasmas em especies de Lycopersicon (Haroun, 1996), segregacao irregular de univalentes em especies de Pennisetum (Dujardin & Hanna, 1984) e em Aptenia cordifolia (Pagliarini, 1990).
Meiotic behavior and pollen fertility in Aptenia cordifolia (Aizoaceae).
4 Clip: Groundcover Red Apple, Aptenia cordifolia, a trailing South African native, is a relative of the ice plant which blooms fabulously in spring then becomes almost unattractive in the heat.
Especies invasoras historicas detectadas: Aptenia cordifolia, Carpobrotus edulis, Nicotiana glauca.
Especies invasoras historicas detectadas: Acacia farnesiana, Agave americana, Anredera cordifolia, Aptenia cordifolia, Cardiospermum grandiflorum, Carpobrotus edulis, Nicotiana glauca, Opuntia dillenii, Opuntia maxima, Pelargonium inquinans, Pennisetum setaceum.
Aptenia cordifolia 'Red Apple' may be the most popular choice for this purpose, but it's by no means the only one.
You might also consider red apple ice plant, Aptenia Cordifolia, which is one of the fastest-growing ground covers, but will require at least twice-weekly watering if planted in full sun in your area.
This hybrid of Aptenia cordifolia and Platythyra haeckeliana is sold in flats.
Acacia longifolia, Aptenia cordifolia, asparagus fern, Australian willow, purple hop bush, and 'Petite Salmon' oleander (standard oleanders survived).