This member of the Passifloraceae
family was described by Joseph Burtt Davy in 1926. It is found in the
southern Africa, growing in a well drained soil with some water and
some sun. The swollen stem can grow up to 35 centimetres in diameter
and 150 centimetres height. The small flowers are green.
The genera is named
after the Yemen city of Aden.
The species name means 'bushy'.
Flower and fruit by David
A wild A. f. subsp.
simplicifolia by B. T. Wursten, Zimbabweflora.co.zw.