Dischidia platyphylla - species of dischidia with spectacular leaves, similar to Hoya imbricata. Under each leaf there are aerial roots, ready to attach to any porous natural support. As the plant grows, the leaves tend to overlap. Each vine can reach a height of approximately 6m. The flowers are small and yellow, considered insignificant by some breeders, but quite interesting for enthusiasts of the genus.
Dischidia is a less common, exotic plant, but easy to grow as an apartment plant - unfortunately, less studied and cultivated than Hoya.
Note: The length of the lianas is variable! The decorative bowl is not included in the price.
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