A young small specimen, I’m not sure if or how the growth might change as this matures.
This is an old but commonly used name, there aren’t any formally recognized varieties or forms of this species. After some research, I believe this is what would have been called variety paraguay, however this is commonly distributed under the variety name ‘anceps’ and is sometimes referred to under the name ‘Hans Wiehler’ to denote …
This is an old but commonly used name, there aren’t any formally recognized varieties or forms of this species.
I wasn’t aware until recently that there are several varieties of L. cruciforme. The flowers can be purple, white, pink, or yellow. The plant forms are also highly variable. I’m not sure what variety this is.
This small specimen is from Kakteen-Haage. This specimen is from a different source in the United States, the ripe berries are a light purple/pink which seems dubious for Lepismium lumbricoides, I haven’t seen a bloom yet.