St. bolusii is a smaller unifoliate species, characterized by long narrow leaves up to 30 cm (12 inches) long, usually only one per plant, with clusters of attractive white flowers sometimes shaded with some blue. The species often grows on mossy rocks, sometimes with the single leaf trailing down an almost-vertical incline.
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- Plants growing on a damp and mossy rock slope in the company of begonias.
- A close view of flowers on a plant in nature
- A cultivated plant