large one in Copenhagen Botanical Garden.
from Greater St. Lucia Wetland Park, South Africa.
what you see, and only few centimetres down:
Seedlings of D. s. var.
This member of the Dioscoreaceae family was
given this name
by Christian Friedrich Ecklon in 1908. It is found in the Cape Province, South Africa. Growing in a well-drained soil with some water and some
sun. The caudex grows quiet flat, with "balconies" 40 centimetres
or more in diameter. The vines reach for five meters. The flowers are light green, and it can be reproduced by cuttings as well.