|Huernias are rewarding plants,
perhaps easier to keep alive and more free flowering in cultivation than
some of the other Asclepiads. In addition they are compact growing plants
with attractive, and fairly large, flowers.
Huernia bayeri comes from the Cape Province of
South Africa. The plant pictured was collected by Ernst Specks at Groendal.
Photograph by : John Ellis
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