This species is native to Sarawak in Malaysia.
When I planted it into a pot it couldn't resist the dry air and died.
The petioles and the lower
side of the leaves were red.
in the same shop, also sold as aquatic.
These two had roots, but other in the shop had none.
This is the one that survived.
the plant produced the first small leaf.
The plant had inflorescences in buds. I planted it immediately into the florarium
and this was a success. It didn't lose any leaf. Since then it was growing together with the "old" plant.
The spathe broke and inside they were rotting.
It produces up to 4 inflorescences at one time.
The first leaves looked differently, but after some time it returned to normal ones.
| The IAS: Homalomena griffithii|
Tropicos: Homalomena griffithii
CATE Araceae: Homalomena griffithii