Author : Claverie
Family : Passifloraceae
Habitat : Madagascar
Adenia olaboensis is a large vine with conical stem bulging at base, up to 2 m. It is one of around 100 species in Adenia, a genus that is widespread in Africa and Madagascar, of which around 18 species are endemic to Madagascar. Adenia olaboensis is a very decorative species worthy of cultivation. The stem surface somewhat resembles crocodile skin and the species is called by the Sakalava tribe "olaboay", meaning the crocodile.
10 cm. seedling sent bare roots
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