Paradrymonia campostyla has fuzzy leaves that range from green to maroon and even purple depending on the lighting!. It has small white flowers, a creeping/rambling habit, and can actually get rather large, so over time, plan to prune it to your desired shape and size. Our standard 2″ cup specimens are young, typically bearing 4+ leaves and a single stem as shown. That’s the minimum we’re shooting for, although you might get more than that!
General Care Information
Low light will result in greener leaves with darker veins, while brighter light will definitely shift this into the purple range. Seems tolerant of a wide range of conditions and is relatively sturdy and thick-stemmed once established and larger, so it might be pretty tolerant of animals crawling on it. The overall size of the leaves is relatively modest, never over 2″ in length in our care, although we’ve seen images where they might be bigger. This species is reportedly native to Suriname, French Guiana, and Brazil (Amaprá).
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