5 responses to “Seemannia sylvatica”

  1. DC Tropics

    Thank you so much for the link to my article and blog! After S. sylvatica, S. nematanthodes is the next most widely available and can be found in several online catalogs (sometimes under its older name of Gloxinia nematanthodes). It will often be found listed as the cultivar ‘Evita’, which is a wild collection of the species introduced through Plant Delights Nursery in Raleigh, North Carolina.

  2. Sue Frisch

    the green UBC bot garden drops down over most of the window and I can’t see how to get rid of it….any advice?

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