Genus: Adromischus Family: Crassulaceae
- common names: Plover eggs, Club-adromischus; Knuppelplakkie (Afrikaans);
- dwarf succulent, up to 7cm tall, leaves 2.5 to 5cm long;
- forms groups of stems.
Origin and habitat: South Africa, Eastern Cape, Noorsveld.
Altitude: high up on the mountains.
- its leaves are fat, glabrous, small semi cylindrical;
- flowers are very small, attached directly by their bases without a stalk or peduncle (sessile), white-cream or pinkish with violet tones, dusty looking.