1 package of 25 tiny seeds
A small shrub native to forests or thickets in the eastern Himalayas from Nepal to Yunnan in China and Thailand and Vietnam between 1200 and 2700 m. Neohymenopogon parasiticus is not actually a parasite like the name suggests, but is usually found growing on larger trees or rocky outcrops and cliffs in humid valleys.
It grows to 2 m tall but is usually smaller and has stout branches and large leaves that are furry when young and become glossy when older. The flowers are small, white and rather inconspicuous but the inflorescence produces several flag-like whitish or pinkish bracts that attract a lot of attention. Germination: Light germinator! Only sprinkle on the surface of the substrate + slightly press on. Substrate: coir or sowing mix + perlite. Keep bright and constantly moist but not wet.