Pedilanthus - Art

Pedilanthus bracteatus (Slipper plant) Growing to around 6 feet tall (to 9 feet in habitat), this upright succulent branches from the base and has narrow cylindrical green stems with ovate leaves, with a thick prominent mid-vein on the lower surface, that are just near the branch tips. All vegetative parts of the plant are often sparsely hairy. In the warmth of late spring and summer through fall appear the curiously shaped red cyathia (flower structures containing separate male and female parts) that are enclosed in rounded reddish pink bracts near the branch tips . . red cyathia | Maui Hawaii | Copyright Sharon Mau - All Rights Reserved | https://sharon-mau.pixels.com | * Watermarks are a transparent virtual security feature and will not appear on prints or products . . . . No copying . . derivative . . distribution or download permitted . . .

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