Eucodonia andrieuxii ‘Cornell’

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  • Previous Name: Smithsonian collection number USBRG 1994-426
  • Photographer: Leslie Brothers, copyright Smithsonian Institution
  • Grown by: Smithsonian Institution greenhouses

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Eucodonia andrieuxii is a variable species, with a number of named cultivars. This one, originally distributed by the Gesneriad Research Foundation with the cultivar name ‘Cornell’, has plain green leaves and a modest degree of fuzziness. Other cultivars have darker foliage, red hairs on the stems and somewhat different flowers.

View a slideshow of a number of cultivars by clicking on one of the links below:

Each of these cultivars can be seen on its own plant page as well.