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Giant Carrion Flower (Stapelia grandiflora) Giant Carrion Flower (Stapelia grandiflora)
Giant Carrion Flower (Stapelia grandiflora)
Giant Carrion Flower (Stapelia grandiflora)

Giant Carrion Flower (Stapelia grandiflora)

The large carrion flower produces reddish-purple flowers up to 6 inches (15 cm) in size that are star-shaped and spread a scent scent to attract flies for pollination. This scent is difficult for us to smell from a distance, but close to the flower you will experience why flies find the flower attractive. The leaf stems reach about 10 cm, making .. Read more
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The large carrion flower produces reddish-purple flowers up to 6 inches (15 cm) in size that are star-shaped and spread a scent scent to attract flies for pollination. This scent is difficult for us to smell from a distance, but close to the flower you will experience why flies find the flower attractive. The leaf stems reach about 10 cm, making it a small perennial that grows easily on the windowsill of the house. After 1 or 2 years, the plant starts to flower, after which frequent flowers continue to be produced. A special appearance

Sowing description: Sow the seeds in a mix of sand and sowing soil (1: 1) and cover them lightly. Keep the soil constantly moist, provide a light spot without bright sun and ensure a high temperature towards 30 degrees Celsius (with bottom heat or, for example, near a stove). 

Family: Apocynaceae
Scientific name: Stapelia grandiflora
Common name: Giant Carrion Flower
Native to: South-Africa

Sowing time: Whole year
Difficulty: Intermediate
Minimum temperature: 10 degrees Celsius

Foto 1: Nata-gala via blog 

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Gezaaid in maart. Helaas nog steeds niet gekiemd, ondanks broeikascondities