Family: Apocynaceae

Scientific Name: Adenium multiflorum

Common names: Impala Lily, Impala lelie in Afrikaans.

SANTN: 647.3

Description: Thickset spineless succulent scrub, with watery latex sap.

Leaves: crowned at ends of branches, obviate to oblong-obviate, fleshy. Dark green to bluish green above. The flowers is white or pale pink with a crimson border.

Medical uses: Not known.

Superstition uses:

Nutritive uses: Browsed by wildlife and domestic animals.

Other uses: Some Namibian tribes used the latex sap as poison for their arrows. Interesting Facts:

Credits: Christian Fourie.