Geogenanthus poeppigii - Seersucker plant
Another species in the Geogenanthus genus. The Geogenanthus poeppigii is commonly called the Seersucker plant due to the ridges on the leaf that mimic seersucker fabric oh so well. The leaves are smaller in size than its cousin the Geogenanthus ciliatus. But one common feature is the dark red underside of the leaf. A pop of colour! This unique plant can't be mistaken for any other. These plants tend to be lower-growing plants commonly found as ground cover in a jungle.
Pay special attention to their water and light requirements, so that you can keep this plant happy.
Pet lovers will be happy to know that these plants are non-toxic. But please don't let cute little Bailey nibble these beautiful leaves!
Note: Plants are unique! The plant pictured is meant to give you an idea of the specification and quality of the plant you will receive, but will not be an exact replica.