Drymonia macrophylla

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  • Photographer: Ron Myhr
  • Grown by: Unknown

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This species is widely distributed in Central and South America. Its leaves have different patterns and sometimes the lower surface is reddish. In fact, plants in cultivation have dramatically patterned foliage, especially in juvenile plants.

The calyx of this species is fimbriate  and the flowers are usually yellowish.

A photograph of the flower of this species shows the patterning continued in the calyces.