Pot Size: 1.5 litre
Description: Originating from one of our collections gathered in 1998 from almost at the summit of the remote Doi Pha-Hom Pok, Thailand's second highest peak at 2250m, within the infamous Golden Triangle. Where it formed a large scattered colony of unusually lightly mottled and faintly striped leaves, which only had short petioles bearing the broadly elliptic arching leaves. Spreading from a thick rhizome sometimes with the distinct purple campanulate flower at ground level followed by large grape-sized fruit. Best grown in a shaded container in a humus rich but well drained compost avoiding over watering. Keep frost free. Previously offered as species from Thailand. An undescribed species as the stamen are distinctly flat and fleshy.
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