pictured was acquired with the name H. finlaysonii. It was a fairly
recent acquisition and, although growing vigorously, it hasn't yet flowered. When
it does, its name will be able to be verified.|
H. finlaysonii is described
as having leaves with undulating margins and conspicuous veining, which
can be clearly seen in the photograph. However, the leaves are also said
to leathery and have silver-pink mottling with is absent. That, combined
with a discrepancy in the shape suggests there is a possibility that
this plant may be misidentified.
Photograph by : John Ellis
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