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Aeschynanthus guttatus

Photo by Toshijiro Okuto
Grown Toshijiro Okuto

A. guttatus is a spectacular cultivar, with beautiful yellowish-green flowers marked by crimson striping and spotting.  A native of Papua New Guinea, it was collected by Paddy Woods of the Royal Botanic Garden in Edinburgh, in the early 1970s.  It is, unfortunately, not widely cultivated.

A photo showing more of the plant may be seen by clicking here.

 

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