Huernia stapelioides 2-inch pots


From the northeastern parts of South Africa, we guess that this species earns its epithet from its resemblance to something from the genus Stapelia. It isn't the typically Huernia-like stems, which are light green and lined with tubercles. Instead, the flower is large and multicolored, dominantly red and yellow-colored, and although the flower looks superficially like it has the requisite 5 lobes to be in the genus Stapelia, another 5 small vestigial petals place it into Huernia. These plants are seedlings in 2-inch pots.

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