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Cacti Genus braunsia




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Braunsia

The genus Braunsia occurs in the southwestern part of the Western Cape Province in South Africa. The plants are shrublets or creepers, characterized by their serrated, partially fused leaves. The beautiful flowers, ranging in color from salmon to pink to white, bloom in winter and spring, opening and closing in the afternoon. They do well in cultivation and are, for the most, not very finicky. They are easily propagated by seed and cuttings.

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Braunsia apiculata

Braunsia apiculata


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Braunsia bina

Braunsia bina


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Braunsia geminata

Braunsia geminata


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Braunsia maximiliani

Braunsia maximiliani


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Braunsia stayneri

Braunsia stayneri


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Braunsia vanrensburgii

Braunsia vanrensburgii


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