Dec 13, 2011 / 310 notes

Dorstenia gigas is a succulent member of the Dorstenia genus and fig (Moraceae) family and is endemic to the Socotra archipelago between Somalia and Yemen. The plant doesn’t appear to require much, if any, soil to anchor its roots.

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    Dorstenia gigas is a succulent member of the Dorstenia genus and fig (Moraceae) family and is endemic to the Socotra...
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    yes! Socotra! I’ve always wanted to go. There are all kinds of weird alien looking plants there!
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    is this tree from outer space
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    Dorstenia gigas is a succulent member of the Dorstenia genus and fig (Moraceae) family and is endemic to the Socotra...
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