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Raphionacme bingeri (Zambia) SEEDS

Raphionacme bingeri (Zambia) SEEDS

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Raphionacme bingeri is a rare species of succulent native to Zambia.


  1. Appearance: Raphionacme bingeri typically grows as a low, sprawling vine with stems that can reach up to several meters in length. The stems are thin and wiry, with a greenish-brown coloration.

  2. Leaves: The leaves of Raphionacme bingeri are small, oval-shaped, and arranged alternately along the stems. They are typically a dull green color and may have a slightly waxy texture.

  3. Flowers: This species produces small, inconspicuous flowers that emerge from the stems at irregular intervals. The flowers are typically pale yellow or cream-colored and have a tubular shape.

  4. Habitat: Raphionacme bingeri is found in the rocky and sandy soils of Zambia, particularly in woodland and savannah habitats. It is adapted to dry conditions and is often found growing in semi-arid regions.

  5. Rare Species: Raphionacme bingeri is considered rare in cultivation due to its limited distribution in the wild and its specialized habitat requirements. It is sought after by succulent enthusiasts for its unique growth habit and unusual flowers.


  1. Light: Raphionacme bingeri prefers bright, indirect light. In its natural habitat, it grows under the protection of other vegetation, so it should be provided with filtered sunlight in cultivation.

  2. Watering: This species is adapted to dry conditions and should be watered sparingly. Allow the soil to dry out between waterings to prevent root rot.

  3. Soil: Use a well-draining soil mix tailored for succulents or cacti. A mix of coarse sand, perlite, and peat moss works well.

  4. Temperature: Raphionacme bingeri prefers warm temperatures and should be protected from frost. It can tolerate temperatures down to about 50°F (10°C) but may suffer damage if exposed to colder temperatures for extended periods.

  5. Propagation: This species can be propagated from seeds or stem cuttings. Seeds can be sown in a well-draining soil mix and kept warm and moist until germination occurs. Stem cuttings can be taken from mature plants and allowed to callous before planting in a suitable soil mix.


Botanical family: Apocynaceae

Botanical genus: Raphionacme

Botanical species: Raphionacme bingeri

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