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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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Huernia saudi-arabica

Huernia saudi-arabica is a small succulent with mottled, red and grey-green, 5-angled, soft-toothed stems up to 3 inches (7.5 cm) tall. The…

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Huernia aspera

Huernia aspera is a small succulent with creeping stems and tiny, dark purple, bell-shaped flowers. The stems are sparsely branched…

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Huernia verekeri

Huernia verekeri is a tropical, stem succulent up to 4 inches (10 cm) tall. The succulent stems are 5 to 7 angled green to purplish green…

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Huernia humilis

Huernia humilis is a small, compact succulent with beautiful flowers highlighted by dramatic colors, with a fleshy, rose, donut-shaped…

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Huernia procumbens

Huernia procumbens is an intriguing succulent perennial herb with reptile-like, sinuous stems which trail close to the ground…

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Huernia brevirostris

Huernia brevirostris is a low-growing, succulent plant, closely related to Huernia thureti. The stems are erect, glaucous green, crowded…

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Huernia oculata

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

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