Geogenanthus ciliatus 6"
Native to the understories of Peruvian rainforests, Geogenanthus cilliatus is a terrestrial oddity, displaying an odd black leaf, with a purple or green shift depending on the lighting; and a bizarre rubber/latex texture. This species is a member of the Commelinaceae family, making it a relative of the Tradescantia genus.
Geogenanthus cilliatus enjoys a lower to bright indirect light level, a chunky, well-draining soil, and mild to high temps. It needs a higher humidity level to thrive, and doesn't want to sit at a bone dry point.
Likely won't need to be repotted for 6 months to a year.
6" nursery pots available.
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