By Urs Eggli
Not just does the current quantity represent the 1st entire synopsis of the big and horticulturally very important kinfolk Crassulaceae released because the therapy by way of Berger (1930), however the instruction manual sequence as an entire is a landmark in succulent plant literature. The background of the undertaking that finally ended in the book of the current guide sequence was once defined within the Preface to the Monocotyledons quantity, released in the summertime of 2001. a quick precis of its historical past will accordingly suffice. Handbooks dedicated to succulent vegetation (including cacti) have a long-standing culture. First remedies masking the kin Cactaceae have been already released within the nineteenth century, however the first guide facing the so-called "other succulents", authored by way of Hermann Jacobsen, was once merely released in 1954 - 1955, then known as "Handbuch der sukkulenten Pflanzen". A revised and en larged English version used to be released in 1959 and used to be again and again reprinted hence.
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This is most probably the hybrid A. punctatum (or A. divaricatum) x A. tortuosum The cultivar 'Variegatum' (sometimes also referred to as ''A. x domesticum fa. JoWs variegatis Praeger") is most widely cultivated and is characterized by its leaves with whitish margins. A. bethencourtianum Bolle (Bonplandia 7: 243, 1859). ]]). - D: Canary Islands (Fuerteventura). == Aeonium bethencourtianum (Webb ex Bolle) Bolle (1859) == Sempervivum bethencourtianum (Webb ex Bolle) Christ (1888) == Macrobia bethencourtiana (Webb ex Bolle) G.
South Afr. Philos. Soc. 18: 46, t. 5: fig. 6, 1907). T: RSA, Eastern Cape (Marloth 4379 [PRE]). - D: RSA (Eastern Cape); Noorsveld and Valley Bushveld, summerflowering. Incl. Cotyledon teretifolia Thunberg (1794) (nom. , Art. 1); incl. Cotyledon teretifolia var. subglabra Harvey (1862) (nom. , Art. 1). 5 mm 0, flattened; NSc transversely oblong, to 1 x 2 mm, yellowish. 2 cm, channelled with a spatulate tip, apex acute, reddish, mucronate. Originally from Nieuw-Bethesda in the Eastern Cape. 7 cm, with short Ha, margin green, undulating near the tip and reddish.
Very similar to A. laxum but separated on the base of its divaricate-spreading branching. A. punctatum (c. Smith ex Link) Webb & Berthelot (Phytogr. Canar. 1: 182, 1840). - D: Canary Islands (except Lanzarote and possibly Fuerteventura); 100 - 1200 m. == Sempervivum punctatum C. Smith ex Link (1828) == Sempervivum diva rica tum var. punctatum (c. Smith ex Link) Kuntze (1891) == Sempervivum villosum var. punctatum (c. Smith ex Link) Bommuller (1903); incl. Aichryson pinnatum Knoche (1923) (nom. , Art.