Stapelia divaricata
Stapelia divaricata (ES3334) Stapelia divaricata (formerly known as Gonostemon divaricatum) is unusual as, unlike typical Stapelias, it has waxy flowers. These lovely coloured, star shaped flowers are certainly very striking.

The plant pictured was collected by Ernst Specks at Swellendam.

Photograph by : John Ellis

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