Photo of the week – Ceropegia linearis ssp. woodii

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Photo: BEV Norton

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Photo of the week – Ceropegia linearis ssp. woodii

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Photo: Maya Dumat

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Photo of the week – Ceropegia linearis

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Photo: Peter R. Warren

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Photo of the week – Ceropegia linearis

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Photo: Peter R. Warren

(public domain)

Photo of the week – Ceropegia linearis ssp. woodii

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Photo: BEV Norton

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I forgot to …

… take photos from the unboxing, but here is the plant, however.:

It’s a Ceropegia linearis ssp. woodii of course, but it is one with a known locality; it comes from Soutpansberg in South Africa.

I may already own the smae clone, but … one can never have to many Ceropegias.

Botanical drawings – Ceropegia woodii

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Ceropegia woodii Schltr. = Ceropegia linearis ssp. woodii Schltr.

Depiction from ‘K. Schumann: Ceropegia woodii Schlechter. Gartenflora 50: 225-226. 1901’

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Photo of the week – Ceropegia linearis ssp. woodii

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Photo: Martin Heigan

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photo of the week – Ceropegia linearis ssp. woodii

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Photo: Alexander Lang

EGA Erfurt / Thuringia / Germany

The EGA (Erfurter Garten Austellung – Erfurtian Garden Exhibition) is not a Botanical Garden, not at all, but it harbours a collection of succulent plants, including three Ceropegia species, one of them is a quite old and very large Ceropegia fusca.:

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The second one is the usual and overly common Ceropegia linearis ssp. woodii.:

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The last one is Ceropegia stapeliiformis, which is climbing through a large Euphorbia bush; photographed through a very worn acrylic glass window.:

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