Pink Stripes Line with dark leaf is Aglaonema Rotundum Aceh is found near a waterfall at elevations of 360 meters near Medan in North Sumatra. There are reports this plant was collected in Thailand, but it may have been cultivated there. Now this plant is available again in Fanny Garden and you can buy it at a very cheap price with Paypal payment method which is very safe.
Aglaonema rotundum aceh is a species of the Aglaonema genus. This species was described by Nicholas Edward Brown in 1893. It is a very desirable foliage plant. Aglaonema rotundum is found near a waterfall at elevations of 360 meters near Medan in North Sumatra. There are reports this plant was collected in Thailand, but it may have been cultivated there.
It is an evergreen perennial herbs with decumbent, erect for the terminal 5-6 cm, 0.3- 0.9 cm thick stem. Internodes 1 cm long. Petioles 2.54.5 cm long, 0.3-0.4 times as long as the leaf-blade. Sheaths membranous, broad, frequently prolonged for 0.5 cm, 1-3.5 cm long, 0.4-0.8 times as long as the petiole. Leaf-blade broadly ovate, 6-13.5 cm long, 5.8-10.6 cm wide, length/width ratio 1:1.0-1.3; base obtuse to truncate; apex slightly apiculate, obtuse; variegation in form of whitish or pink midrib and veins on a dark, glossy green upper surface, lower surface dark red; venation differentiated into 4-6 primary lateral veins diverging from midrib at 50°-60°; texture rather coriaceous. Cataphylls to 3.5 cm long, like brown-paper, mixed with petioles. Peduncle solitary, 6.5-7.0 cm long, exceeding the petioles. Spathe large 6-7 cm long, bent forward, decurrent for 0.6-1.5 cm. Stipe present. Spadix clavate, 3 cm long, bent forward; pistillate portion 0.6 cm long, pistils in 2-3 series; staminate portion 2.5-3.5 cm long, 1.3 cm thick. Fruits 0.8 cm long, 0.6 cm thick.
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- Could be bigger, could be smaller depending on the existing stock
- Stock can suddenly empty
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