This miniature species only reaches about 4 inches tall, and the leaves stay under an inch. It’s rosette forming and is easy to grow, but also prone to melting. This species prefers a shadier location compared to most Peperomias, and does especially well with a coco choir substrate.
There is a section of the genus Solanum, that at least in their juvenile stage are perfect for terrariums. This section, Herpystichum is noted for it’s trailing and climbing habits and it’s adventitiously rooting at the nodes. There are 10 species, and supposedly these have narrow distributions. In recent years, there have been multiple introductions of very similar looking plants from Panama, Colombia, and Ecuador. All have fallen into the catch all name of S. evolvulifolium. While the juveniles all look very […]
We are working with three clones of this Dieffenbachia, all with slightly different leaf markings, and varying amounts of white. The largest any of these clones has grown is about ten inches, the other two staying around 5 inches. They are very slow, each mature specimen producing maybe one plant every other year.