This genus is native to the tropics of Africa and Asia. It comprises about 100 species and belongs to the family Passifloraceae. This family is commonly referred to as the passion flower family. Members of this genus are herbaceous climbers, but they can also be woody. Others in the genus are small trees that may have swollen trunks, and erect herbs and shrubs are also found among members of this genus.
Flowers in the Adenia genus have some similarities; they may be unisexual or bisexual but have copious amounts of green and yellow. These plants have simple, compound, or variously lobed leaves. Some in the genus are digitated. Some are palmate, which means the leaves are attached to the end of the petiole.
Adenia Plants On Succulent City
Here are Adenia plants on Succulent City:
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