Frithia pulchra, commonly known as Frithia, is a small succulent plant native to South Africa. It belongs to the Aizoaceae family and is characterized by its compact rosette of thick, triangular leaves. The leaves are gray-green in color and have a velvety texture, often with translucent “windows” at the tips to allow light to penetrate to the plant’s interior.

Frithia is a popular choice for cultivation as a houseplant or in succulent collections due to its attractive appearance and ease of care. It prefers bright, indirect light and well-draining soil, and it is drought-tolerant once established. Frithia may produce small, daisy-like flowers in shades of white or pink during the growing season, adding further ornamental value to the plant.

This succulent is often grown in containers or rock gardens, where its unique foliage and occasional blooms can be showcased. With its compact size and low maintenance needs, Frithia is an excellent choice for adding beauty and interest to indoor or outdoor garden spaces.

Height – 2 Inch.

Plastic Pot / Plastic Polybag Size = 4X5

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