P. pulverulentum

There are several varieties of this summergrowing species from the section Polyactium.
P. pulverulentum
P. pulverulentum starts growing early in the season from the tubers/stems.
P. pulverulentum
P. pulverulentum
P. pulverulentum
P. pulverulentum
And usually flowers in the middle of the summer.
P. pulverulentum means powdery-white.
The powder on the leaves appears after blooming.
P. pulverulentum
Dormant in the winter.

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P. gibbosum

P. gibbosum

P. gibbosum has night-scented flowers and is the only stem-succulent in the section Polyactium.
It is winter-growing and drops it’s leaves under warm and dry conditions.

P. gibbosum

The name means gibbous and refers to the swollen stems at the nodes.

P. gibbosum
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P. triste

P. triste
P. tristeP. triste

P. triste is a species in the section Polyactium.
It has night scented flowers and is winter growing.
There are variations of this species. Flowers from white to more yellow-brownish with smaller or larger blotches. The leaves varies in how finely divided they are.

P. triste
P. tristeP. triste
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