This striking South American Columnea has bullate, fuzzy foliage. Grown in low-medium light it’s leaves hang down in a beautiful pendant fashion. In brighter light the leaves still hang down, just not as much. The plant can get quite tall in nature (around 2′) , but in the terrarium I have not seen any specimens even close to this size. It has pretty red berries and a yellow and maroon flower.
Click the plant name to view more information and photos. Please observe this note on Nomenclature for an explanation of the sometimes fanciful naming system. Acostea Acostea species Cerro Azul Andinia Andinia nummularia Anthurium Anthurium clidemioides Anthurium effusipathum Anthurium scandens ssp. pusillum Aristolochia Aristolochia arborea Aspidogyne Aspidogyne species Aspidogyne species Panama Asplenium Asplenium aff. fragrans Asplenium aff. fragrans Peru Asplenium holophlebium Asplenium ‘Mindo’ Asplenium species mittens Asplenium species Panama Asplenium species El Cope, Panama Asplenium ‘Tingo Maria’ Asplenium stoloniferum Asplenium tiny tim […]