Conophytum minutum v. lisabeliae HH5141 (Vredendal)

This collection was originally made by Harry Hall and his second wife Lisabel on the farm that they owned for a few years. The bodies can sometimes have purple tints, particularly early in the autumn. It was originally thought to be a form of variety nudum, but Steven Hammer considered it to be different and named it for Lisabel just after her death.