Aeschynanthus longicaulis or 'Black Pagoda?'

snappyguyFebruary 10, 2012

I recently acquired a 6" basket of an Aeschynanthus that was labelled "Black Pagoda." Now that it has bloomed, I believe it is actually A. longicaulis, which along with A. speciosus, was used to create Black Pagoda by Lyndon Lyon Greenhouses. I thought I would post here as I don't want to trouble LLG to identify a plant they are familiar with when I did not purchase it from them.



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sorceress99(Tennessee 6)

Yep. A.longicaulis
Here is A. 'Black Pagota':
Here is A. longicaulis:
Still a nice palnt to grow, though.

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