Monday, November 12, 2012

Stomatium trifarium

What a wonderful plant! It's been pushing new leaves all summer and still is. And you can really see everytime how happy it is to receive water. I've read these plants don't have a fixed annual cycle, meaning some grow in fall and winter and rest after that, some grow in spring and summer. I guess it depends on conditions and if the plant feels okay with it I'm okay. Anyway the flowers should come in winter and I'm looking forward to it.


  1. I have Stomatium alboroseum and I can't believe how fast they grew. They started flowering at just 6-8 months old and have been blooming non stop and putting on a lot of growth since then.

    1. Congrats! :) They flower in winter, right? Can't wait~