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Browsing: Huernia

The genus Huernia consists of stem succulents from Eastern and Southern Africa, first described as a genus in 1810. The name is in honor of Justin Heurnius (1587–1652) a Dutch missionary who is reputed to have been the first collector of South African Cape plants.

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Succulentopedia Huernia oculata
Huernia oculata

Huernia oculata is a dwarf succulent plant with unique flowers. Stems are stout, slender, glabrous, erect or somewhat sprawling, 5-angled, strongly…

Succulentopedia Huernia thuretii
Huernia thuretii

Huernia thuretii is an interesting tufted succulent with erect stems that varies considerably in the size and the shape of the flowers. The stems up to…

Succulentopedia Huernia guttata
Huernia guttata

Huernia guttata is a perennial stem succulents. The erect stems branch at the base to form a clump up to 3 inches (7.5 cm) tall. The flowers emerge near…