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Browsing: Apocynaceae

Apocynaceae is a family of flowering plants that includes trees, shrubs, herbs, stem succulents, and vines, usually with milky sap comprising about 200 genera and 2,000 species. Members of the family are native to European, Asian, African, Australian, and American tropics or subtropics, with some temperate members.

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Fockea sinuata

Fockea sinuata is a rare caudiciform succulent with few short, erect branches and narrow leaves with strongly undulate margins. The branches grow from a…

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Fockea comaru

Fockea comaru is a caudiciform succulent with large tuber and annual thin branches that appear at the beginning of winter. The caudex is variable in…

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Fockea capensis

Fockea capensis, also known as Fockea crispa, is a caudiciform succulent with erect or climbing stems that grow from a large gray warty tuber. The caudex…

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Fockea angustifolia

Fockea angustifolia is a caudiciform plant with erect or climbing stems that grow from a large tuber. The stems are slender, woody, and up to 6.6 feet…

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Orbea semitubiflora

Orbea semitubiflora is a beautiful branching succulent with erect, spreading or decumbent stems that has unique purple markings or spots. Stems are…

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