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Cyphostemma juttae, 5 seeds
This is an exceedingly rare succulent from Northern Cape Province, South Africa, much sought-after for its peculiar appearance and ease-of-growth in a container. Belonging to the Grape family but is oddly, a slow-growing caudex-forming plant that will eventually develop a thick attractive trunk topped by bizarre, rubbery, blue-green, heavily serrated leaves. Flowers are small and insignificant, attractive to bees and pollinated to become red, inedible berries. Hardy from zone 9b onwards. Full sun. Well-drained. Drought tolerant. Exclusive, rare seeds, harvested 09/2014.
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