Stapelia gigantea (aasblom, Giant carrion flower Zulu giant)
Stapelia gigantea - aasblom, Giant carrion flower Zulu giant - Commonly called carrion flower, is a spine-free succulent. Common name comes from the malodorus flower aroma which resembles the smell of rotting meat. Additional common names include giant toad flower or starfish flower. Fleshy, 5-pointed, star-shaped flowers (to 10-16" across), each being pale ochre-yellow with thin transverse maroon lines. Flowers bloom in fall Spineless, 4-angled, succulent stems grow upright to 8-12" tall before scrambling sideways with the tips still erect. Plants in the ground may grow to 24" wide. Family : Apocynaceae
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