Columnea sp. Condor (aka "Purple Dragon") - a Very Tasty Dessert

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 Apparently still undescribed after having been in cultivation for almost 15 years, the enigmatic and gorgeous  Columnea sp.  "Purple Dragon" (aka "sp. K") from the Cordillera del Condor on the Ecuadoran-Peruvian boundary. It appears to be closely-related to  C. katzensteinieae . While their flowers also resemble those of  C. (Trichantha) minor , their foliage is almost completely glabrous and otherwise quite different.

Apparently still undescribed after having been in cultivation for almost 15 years, the enigmatic and gorgeous Columnea sp. "Purple Dragon" (aka "sp. K") from the Cordillera del Condor on the Ecuadoran-Peruvian boundary. It appears to be closely-related to C. katzensteinieae. While their flowers also resemble those of C. (Trichantha) minor, their foliage is almost completely glabrous and otherwise quite different.

 Seed-grown  Columnea sp.  "Purple Dragon" flowering in greenhouse cultivation in California

Seed-grown Columnea sp. "Purple Dragon" flowering in greenhouse cultivation in California

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