Resnova maxima

Robert Lauf via pbs
Sun, 27 Mar 2022 11:00:25 PDT
I got this cool plant from my buddy Jeff T., a fellow member of the PBS Tenn Delegation.  Another species that has taken the scenic tour of Taxonomy Hell, but a nice plant no matter what we choose to call it.  Altho the blooms are a bit disorganized, the foliage is really attractive.  The wiki indicated that this species and its relatives can be propagated via leaf cuttings, and I have some pieces currently rooting.  I'll post some details at a later date when they have made more progress, but in the meanwhile, attached is a picture of the whole plant with three flower spikes in various stages.  I've tried pollinating it but it seems to be self-sterile.
Bob   Zone 7
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