Amalophyllon is a genus of small-growing herbs, usually with small white flowers. This beautiful plant was shown at the 2013 Gesneriad Society convention. Note the serrate leaf edges and the attractive leaf markings. The flowers are small and relatively inconspicuous, but are a nice feature when present.
Other photos can be seen in a slideshow by clicking one of the links below:
- A tray of the species in flower, exhibited at the 2013 convention of the Gesneriad Society
- A bowl of the species, exhibited at the 2007 convention
- Another show plant, exhibited at the 2011 convention
- A leaf showing the red veins on the back, exhibited in the 2021 virtual show of the Gesneriad Society