Ceraria namaquensis is a waxy, fleshy and very slow growing, woody stemmed desert shrub or small tree. It grow 1.3 to 1.8 (-5) m high and presents a unique appearance. The stems are stout and grow upwards, forking and are covered by many short, spiky semi-deciduous, succulent leaves. Profusion of small pink flowers (male and female on different plants) with reflexed petals are seen in spring. The occurrence of short shoots (brachyblasts) tcreated some resemblance to a species of Alluaudia (Didiereaceae) of Madagascar.
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