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Kaempferia laotica (Laos)
A beautiful miniature species native to Lao that produces silvery light green leaves mottled with darker green patterns. Each leaf grows to about 5 - 6 cm in diameter. Flowers are bright pink measuring about 2 - 3 cm. Most Kaempferia Species native to Laos are seasonal plants. Their rounded leaves emerges during the wet months from May till October. They can be exposed to bright to almost direct sunlight. During the dry months from November till April, their leaves will turn yellow and dry up leaving the rhizome and roots stored with nutrients. They should be kept moderately dry while during dormancy. Water them when green tip starts to sprout in May. They prefer well draining media, a mix of peat, perlite and small pebbles.

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Kaempferia aff. roscoeana (Thailand)
A beautiful ground hugging species native to North Thailand and Laos that produces random colored leaves ranging from all green to near black or dark brown and randomly moltted with darker brown patterns. Each leaf grows to about 5 - 6 inchs in diameter. Flowers are white with some yellow, measuring about 3 cm. Most Kaempferia Species native to Northern Thailand and Laos are seasonal plants. Their rounded leaves emerges during the wet months from May till October. They can be exposed to bright to almost direct sunlight. During the dry months from November till April, their leaves will turn yellow and dry up leaving the rhizome and roots stored with nutrients. They should be kept moderately dry while during dormancy. Water them when green tip starts to sprout form the rhizome in May. They prefer well draining media, a mix of peat, perlite and small pebbles.

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Amorphophallus serrulatus

 

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