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Huernia

Huernia corderoyi Huernia corderoyi
Starting from 0.00€
Huernia hislopii Huernia hislopii
Starting from 5.00€
Huernia hislopii f. crested Huernia hislopii f. crested
Starting from 12.00€
Huernia hystrix subs. parvula Huernia hystrix subs. parvula
Starting from 4.00€
Huernia keniensis Huernia keniensis
Starting from 4.00€
Huernia macrocarpa Huernia macrocarpa
Starting from 3.00€
Huernia pendula Huernia pendula
Starting from 3.00€
Huernia tanganyikensis Huernia tanganyikensis
Starting from 10.00€
Huernia volkartii Huernia volkartii
Starting from 4.00€
Huernia x pendurata Huernia x pendurata
Starting from 3.00€
Huernia zebrina Huernia zebrina
Starting from 4.00€
Huernia

Its name was chosen in honor of Justus van Heurne - a Dutch missionary, who was the first to have an interest in this type of plants in the 17th century. With an aspect, similar to cactaceous plants, they are actually succulents, which, in order to adapt to their arid environment, have transformed their leaves into spines. Their slender stems, subdivided in four well marked vertical ribs, do not reach remarkable heights, but rather tend to cover wide horizontal spaces. They are plants, that don't need frequent attention, but, if you know, how to take care of them, they will reward you with flowers of a truly unique appearance: star-shaped, with the petals, that are joined together, often by a sort of fleshy and shiny disk, and they take on very particular extravagant and lively shades!