Edithcolea grandis ‘Persian Carpet Flower’ propagation time! I have a gorgeous plant that is showing signs of stress where it has too much length.
We’ll chop it up and start some new Ediths! Edithcolea is a monotypic genus which means it only has one species which is grandis, and what we’re looking at today. They make incredible yet stinky flowers since they’re Stapelioids, but I’m still waiting for mine to bloom.
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