HUERNIA HISLOPII

$7.00

ALL PHOTOS HAVE BEEN TAKEN IN THEIR NATURAL GROWING CONDITIONS, NO ADJUSTMENTS TO THE PHOTO HAVE BEEN MADE FOR SELLING PURPOSES.

Plant display in photo is in a 70 mm pot will received size and shape will variety, biggest size given at point of sale. Due to the change of season, plant colour can change slightly. In good health with roots, sent bare-rooted no soil or pot.

CAN’T POST TO WA, NT, AND TAS. DUE TO QUARANTINE LAWS IN THESES STATES. 

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Description

HUERNIA SPECIES

Native in Eastern and Southern Africa, Ethiopia and Arabia.

They are low perennials with angular fleshy stems armed with large teeth. The grey-green stems branch from the base forming large clumps. Attractive flowers, are five-lobed and bell-shaped, often striped vividly in contrasting colours. They have short stalks are produced freely in the Summer and Autumn from the base or middle of the stems. The flowers often produce a smell of carrion to attract pollinator flies. The strength and quality of this perfume varies considerably between different species.

Shallow contains, ground cover or hanging baskets.

Additional information

Weight 0.085 g
Dimensions 130 × 100 × 50 mm
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