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"Clock flower" usually refers to an ornamental plant, also known as "hippopotamus", whose scientific name is "Oostachys iwarenge".The clock flower is a unique succulent beloved for its unusual foliage and toughness to survive. They are suitable for gardening and landscaping, but are also a good choice for interior decoration, especially for those who like succulents.
Leaves: The leaves of clock flower are fleshy, thick and green in color and are often described as resembling soap. The leaves are mostly round or oval in shape, arranged in basal leaf clusters.
Flowers: Clockflower flowers are smaller and generally not the main attraction of this plant. The petals are white or lavender, and the inflorescence is in the form of a spike that can extend into multiple flowers.
Plant Type: Clockflowers usually grow in compact clusters, slightly conical or hemispherical in shape, typically between 2 and 4 inches (5 and 10 cm) tall.
Clockflowers are perennial plants native to mountainous and high-altitude areas of China, Korea, and Japan.
This plant is well adapted to dry and cold conditions and usually grows in stones, rock crevices or dry soil.
Care and precautions:
Clockflowers are generally suitable for planting in full sun, but can also tolerate a certain degree of partial shade.
They don't require frequent watering and are drought tolerant, so care needs to be taken not to overwater to avoid root rot.
In colder areas, clockflowers often require adequate winter protection to keep the plant healthy.
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