Conophytum pageae is a flowering plant that belongs to the cold family and looks quite similar to succulents. It usually grows in clusters and is native to the Cape Province regions of South Africa and southern Namibia.
Vygies is a term used in South Africa and New Zealand for Conophytum pageae, a plant that is mostly without a stem. The plant has round fleshy leaves that connect at the bottom and have small indented holes in the middle, resembling a lip shape.
The color of ConophyTum pageae can differ, ranging from gray to green or even blue. These plants produce either a single flower or groups of 2-3 flowers that measure around 1.5cm in diameter. The petals are similar to chrysanthemums with many layers.
The shape of petals is straight and they have the ability to be bent backwards from the throat of the flower. The plant Conophytum pageae goes by several names including Cone Plant, Dumplings, Button Plants, Lips Plant, and Butt Plant.