|Height:||150-200 cm (4.9-6.6 ft)|
|Flower Colors:||white, green|
|Flower Season:||early summer to late summer|
|Climate:||summer rain climate|
Ceropegia ampliata with a tuberous root-stock is native to South Africa, common names include Taper Vine, Bushman's Pipe or Boesmanpypblom; 'ampliata' is a reference to its extra large (amplified) flowers. Like many succulent Ceropegias, the leaves are very small and short lived, while the stem is the main photosynthesis organ. Photograph by Andrew Wilson.