Decription: Succulent clump-forming perennial, rosettes, usually stemless (but can builds short woody stems with age). It clumps more than the plants in the 'felina' group and has often a reddish tinge.
Leaves: Thick, green triangular with up to 10 (ten) pointed curved soft translucent slightly recurved "teeth" along the edges, making them look like open jaws: The upper surface is slightly rough with a profusion of tiny white dots upon close inspection and with a rounded interface.
Flowers: Numerous, silky yellow, up to 5 cm wide, attractive daisy like, appearing from the centre of the rosette.
Blooming season: Autumn to early winter. They need full sun to open, open around noon and close at night.

Faucaria tigrina

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