Browsing: Nematanthus

Nematanthus is a genus of flowering plants of the family Gesneriaceae. All of its species are endemic to Brazil. Compared to other gesneriads, Nematanthus has leaves that are small, succulent, and hard-surfaced. The plant has a trailing, branching, and spreading habit. It is generally an epiphyte in nature and a hanging-basket plant in cultivation.

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Nematanthus tessmannii

Nematanthus tessmannii is an epiphyte subshrub up to 32 inches (80 cm) tall. The leaves are green to brownish, obovate to elliptic and up…


Nematanthus albus

Nematanthus albus is an epiphyte with lax stems and velvety leaves. The stems are erect, drooping as they grow, well branched and up 36…