Streptocarpus beampingaratrensis var. beampingaratrensis

Photo by Ron Myhr
Grown at Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh

This is one of the Streptocarpus from Madagascar that Hilliard and Burtt, in the classic work Streptocarpus: An African Plant Study, refer to as "saintpaulia-like".  Indeed, the habit of S. beampingaratrensis and S. andohahelensis, along with the leaves with a long petiole, suggest Saintpaulia much more than either of the caulescent or acaulescent Streptocarpus



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