Tylecodon cacalioides


Tylecodon cacalioides occurs primarily in the Klein Karoo. Farmers have been removing them from fields for hundreds of years as they are poisonous to herbivores. As is the case with some of this genus the plants shed their leaves for the summer period. They have no leaves then, when flowering, much like the larger T. paniculatus (Botterboom) and others.

This is grown from a cutting so it will grow more compact and low to the ground. This species grown from cutting will also branch out more regularly than from seed.

Plants ship bare root, pot/soil not included