Ceropegia stapeliformis
Ceropegia stapeliformis
Ceropegias have varying stem forms from upright to trailing or twining. Their flowers also vary greatly, but many are quite spectacular. Their extended corolla lobes at the top of long flower tubes may be open (as shown here) or may be connected at the tips creating fascinating 'windowed' flowers.

C. stapeliformis comes from South Africa and has trailing stems.

Photograph by : John Ellis

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