Hoodia gordonii is a spiny succulent plant that grows in the Kalahari Desert throughout Angola, Botswana, South Africa, and Namibia. It has fleshy stems that are covered with small thorns and topped with flesh-colored flowers that smell like rotten meat to attract flies for pollination. However, to the succulent gardener these are very stately uniquely beautiful plants. They go well as a single display, or in a dish garden with other succulent and xeric plants. You are bidding on one of the specimens shown. All branches are included.