The small stolons I got from
stolon has started to grow!
one year, even I had to consider to re-pot to a larger pot!
This member of the Icacinaceae family was first described by Henri
Ernest Baillon in
1872. It is found in Tanzania,
Ethiopia, Mozambique, Kenya
and Zimbabwe, growing in well-drained soil with some
water and some sun. It will grow tubers up to five kilos, 30 centimetres
in diameter, favoured by
naked mole rats, and the vines can grow from three to ten meter or more. It can be reproduced both
by seeds, cuttings and stolones.
kaurabassana after Cabora Bassa in Mozambique.