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|Kalanchoe beharensis: A part of an artwork on the BUGA (BUGA = Bundesgartenschau).|
Kalanchoe beharensis (Elephant's ear Kalanchoe) is a plant species in the succulent genus Kalanchoe, and the family Crassulaceae, a morphologically diverse and systematically complex angiosperm family […] with characteristics such as leaf-succulent, usually herbaceous, and often [with] five-parted, radially symmetrical flowers with two whorls of five stamens each. The family inhabits primarily semiarid habitats and is nearly cosmopolitan in distribution, with centers of diversity in Mexico, southern Africa, Macaronesia, and the Himalayas.
The Bundesgartenschau (abbr. BUGA) is the biannual Federal horticulture show in Germany. It also covers topics like landscaping. Taking place in different cities, the location changes in a two-year cycle.
In 2009 the BUGA is arranged by Schwerin from April 23th to October 11th.
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