Dichorisandra

These tender perennials are mainly grown for their ornamental foliage. They are natives to the tropical areas in Peru. D. reginae is an erect, clump-forming variety with large, evergreen, oval leaves that are shiny green, banded and mottled with silver above and purple-red underneath. The small, purple-blue flowers are borne in thick spikes from su...
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Dichorisandra

Dichorisandra is a genus of perennial monocotyledonous flowering plants in the dayflower family (Commelinaceae). It is found in the neotropics. The genus is characterised by its slightly zygomorphic flowers with large anthers usually releasing pollen by means of pores at the apex, as well as by its seeds that are embedded in a red or sometimes whi...
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