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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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Stapelia schinzii

Stapelia schinzii is a spineless, stem succulent with attractive, star-shaped flowers with hairs along the edges of the petals. It forms…

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Hoodia pilifera

Hoodia pilifera is a leafless succulent, up to 32 inches (80 cm) tall, with fleshy, ribbed and thorny stems. They are cylindrical, up to…

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Ceropegia armandii

Ceropegia armandii is a succulent perennial with slender stems that climb into shrubs and trees or spread on the ground. It has fibrous…

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Stapelia gettleffii

Stapelia gettleffii is a stem succulent that grows in nature under trees and can spread horizontally up to 3.3 feet (1 m) in diameter. The…

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Orbea schweinfurthii

Orbea schweinfurthii is a mat-forming, perennial succulent plant with unusual yellow to brown, spotted with wine-red, beige or purple…

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