Streptocarpus bolusii

Photo by Dirk Bellstedt
Growing in the Ingeli Mountains, South Africa

This species has particularly long and narrow single leaves (each plant only ever has one leaf), and is another example of the typical habit of unifoliates -- the leave hangs down the side of a mossy rock or tree trunk.  Note the plants of Begonia sutherlandii sharing this species' habitat.


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