The species was discovered in 1881 by John Medley Wood, the curator of the Durban Botanic Gardens at the time. Thirteen years later, in 1894, he sent a living plant to Kew, subsequently the plant flowered, providing the material for Curtis's Botanical Magazine published in 1900. The flower is in general very similar to other Ceropegia species, they are specially adapted for the temporary capture of insects for pollination purposes.
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