Tuesday, 12 August 2014



This is my overwintered cumari. I got the original seeds from Salvador in 2001. The seeds that this plant originate from are from a plant back in 2006.

I like this one a lot. It is quite different compared to other plants that I grow. The stem and branches break more easily.
It does not show very well on these pictures, but the flowers look a little different compared to the other ones as well. At first glance, I would guess it's a baccatum. But it could also be an eximium I'm not sure.

The pods are not very hot, but have a nice heat. I enjoy them most when they are dried.

More about this fantastic plant later on. I will try to get a closer picture of the flowers tomorrow.

Hot regards,

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