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Aeschynanthus hartleyi

Photo by Toshijiro Okuto
Grown by Toshijiro Okuto

A. hartleyi is rarely grown these days, although it was commercially available in North America in the late 70s.  The flowers are small, but produced in great abundance on a mature plant.  A native of New Guinea, it was collected and described by Paddy Woods of the Royal Botanic Garden/Edinburgh in the early 70s. 

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