Stapeliads

Caralluma baldratii (Apocynaceae)

Stems with long teeth, with purple dots and with underground stolons. Flowers star-shaped, with very narrow lobes, about 2.5 cm in size,...

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Caralluma europaea var. europaea Lampedusa, Italy (Apocynaceae)

The only stapeliea present in the european flora. Groups of star-shaped striped flowers each 1.5 cm wide at the apex of the stems. It...

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Caralluma joannis Clone 1 (Apteranthes joannis) (Apocynaceae)

Stems erect or procumbent, branched, partly underground. Flowers 1.5-2 cm in diameter, cream-yellow spotted with dark red. Corolla lobes...

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Caralluma joannis Clone 2 (Apteranthes joannis) (Apocynaceae)

Stems procumbent, glaucous, not very branched, partly underground. Flowers 1.5-2 cm in diameter, cream yellow spotted with dark red....

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Echidnopsis archeri (Apocynaceae)

Stems creeping or slightly erect, reddish. Flowers bell shaped, pendulous, red with white lobe tips. Half shade in Summer. Keep dry in...

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Duvalia sulcata (Apocynaceae)

Rare species of Stapelieae with succulent, grey-green, purple-dotted stems with showy teeth. Little, star-shaped and very unusual flowers....

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Echidnopsis cereiformis (Apocynaceae)

Spreading succulent with cylindrical stems being slightly tubercled and reddish-green in colour. Many little, yellow, star-shaped flowers...

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Huernia aspera Iringa Province, Tanzania (Apocynaceae)

Half-prostrate succulent with 5-6-angled stems with short teeth. Flowers brown, 2-2.5 cm in diameter, white-spotted, roughly papillose, in...

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Huernia keniensis (Apocynaceae)

This is a very beautiful species. Stems 5-12 cm long, pentagonal in section. Flowers bell-shaped, dark purple and papillose inside. Origin:...

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Huernia macrocarpa (Huernia penzigii) (Apocynaceae)

Stems erect, strong and clumping, square or pentagonal in section, strongly tubercled. Flowers 2-2.5 cm in diameter, bell-shaped, dark red...

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Huernia schneideriana (Apocynaceae)

This species has nice bell-shaped flowers that are 3 cm in diameter, with a purple-black corolla tube, with a corolla that is brown outside...

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Huernia volkartii var. repens (Huernia repens) (Apocynaceae)

Stems up to 50 cm long, creeping and slightly arched, 8-10 mm in diameter, not very toothed. Flowers cup-shaped, cream with pink spots,...

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Huernia x pendurata (Apocynaceae)

Ibrido tra H. pendula e H. hystrix. Stems numerous, 8-10 mm in diameter, violet-glaucous. Very beautiful, even without flowers. Flowers...

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Orbea variegata clone 1(Stapelia variegata) (Apocynaceae)

It forms mats of succulent stems. Flower 5 cm wide, star-shaped, striped, light yellow and purple. Origin: Cape...

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Orbea variegata clone 2 (Stapelia variegata) (Apocynaceae)

Stems thin, 5-6 cm long, slightly toothed. Flowers large, with annulus, white-yellowish strongly dotted with purple. Cape Province. Soil...

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Stapelia divaricata Swellendam, S. Africa (Apocynaceae)

Succulent with stems being clumping, branched, slightly hairy, about 12 cm high and about 1 cm in diameter. Flowers in small basal groups,...

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Stapelia leendertziae (Apocynaceae)

Stems succulent, creeping, four-angled, velvety, green in Summer and reddish in Winter. Big, bell-shaped, brown-purple flower. South Africa...

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Huernia volkartii var. volkartii (Apocynaceae)

Clumping species. Stems short, densely branched, forming a close clump. Flowers star-shaped, densely papillose, light cream-white in colour...

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Orbea decaisneana (Caralluma hesperidum) (Apocynaceae)

~~Stems very large, grey-green, purple-dotted and with massive teeth up to 2 cm long. Very dark violet-brownish flowers. Clumping. Half...

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Huernia macrocarpa x Huernia leachii (Apocynaceae)

~~This hybrid was obtained in our nursery. Stems linear, branched, decumbent. Flowers bell-shaped, light cream strongly striped with red....

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Huernia whitesloaneana x H. quinta (Apocynaceae)

~~This hybrid was obtained in our nursery. Stems tufted, not very toothed, almost circular in section. Flowers 5-lobed (sometimes 6-lobed),...

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