Browsing: Columnea

Columnea is a genus of 200 species of epiphytic herbs and shrubs in the flowering plant family Gesneriaceae, native to tropical America and the Caribbean. The generic name was named by Carl Linnaeus after the Latinized spelling of the name of the 16th-century Italian botanist Fabio Colonna.

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Columnea minor

Columnea minor is an exotic, dramatic, beautiful and hard-to-grow epiphytic flowering plant. This is a highly variable species…

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Columnea billbergiana

Columnea billbergiana is a lovely, epiphytic plant, recognized by its branched, brown stems, paired leaves up to 1.2 inches (3 cm) long, smooth and dark…