costus sp. Maroon Chalice (Maroon Chalice)

$12.00
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This unusual costus gets it's name from the cuplike ligules on it's maroon stems. Flowers similar to Costus barbatus.

This unusual costus gets it's name from the cuplike ligules on it's maroon stems. Flowers similar to Costus barbatus. It maybe some form of Costus Barbatus: perhaps a new species or natural hybrid.

(206)

Growing Conditions Rich, moist soil. partshade.
Flowering Season year round.
Max Size 1 m
Origin unknown
Temperature 5 degrees
SKU 206

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