It may be hard to believe that Othonna armiana is in the same family as the dandelion and sunflower, but the little yellow compound flowers that bloom are unmistakably Asteraceae. As the plant fills up with leaves, it will form more bumpy protrusions until it looks like a sprawling mass of tiny wooden spheres. A native to the winter rainfall region of South Africa, this will go dormant in the heat of the summer and grow when night temperatures start to drop. Keep it well shaded when the weather is above 95.
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