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Drimiopsis maculata is an evergreen geophyte found on forest floors and shaded stream banks in eastern southern Africa. Leaves are deeply lobed on slender banded petioles, with dark green spots and wavy margins. Flowers are in a small compact inflorescence. The buds are white and the flowers grey green. This plant flowers between September and April. Grow the bulbs in a well drained, but organic rich medium and keep it moist during the summer growing season. It does fine with year-round watering. The species is winter deciduous and can take light frost, but not a hard freeze. Plant in light shade to part sun. Freckles on leaves will be more colorful in summer.
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Also known as a Peperomia fosteri. A very decorative vining, epiphytic species with oblong lanceolate leaves, deep green with light green or yellowish stripes. The stem is fleshy and develops adventitious roots at the nodes which also produce leaves in clusters of three, in a whorled pattern. Native to wet forests from Guyana to Brazil as an epiphyte or lithophyte. Useful in terrariums or in a hanging pot. The stems can climb or grow scandent or prostrate.