African Tree Grape
African Tree Grape is very different from relatives of grape.
The caudex which the basic part of the stem is swollen to store water expands large succulent leaves.
The basic part of the stem is dull green and is covered with thin yellowish brown skins.
This plant can grow to about 1.5m in height.
The caudex extends flower stems where several flowers bloom.
The flower is green and small so inconspicuous
| Classification ||Vitaceae Cyphostemma|
| Scientific name ||Cyphostemma bainesii|
| Japanese name ||Budohai|
| English name ||---|
| Native locality ||Namibia|
Ecological description ||Deciduous succulent shrub|
| RDB ||---|
| Planting place ||Succulent Plant Greenhouse|