Hohenbergia 'Leopoldo Horstii'
Hohenbergia 'Leopoldo Horstii' originates from Bahia, Brazil. It is an attractive plant characterized by its broad and rigid leaves that feature large spines along the edges, forming a compact bottle-like shape. The color of the leaves is a combination of grayish-silver over dark green, adorned with occasional brown mottling that intensifies as the plant ages. With the bloom spike taken into consideration, the plant can reach a height of approximately 18 inches. The offsets, or baby plants, exhibit a silvery hue, while the mature plant tends to develop more of a green coloration.
By cultivating this plant in bright light and providing limited fertilizer, it thrives well and takes on a very compact and eye-catching appearance, with a greater emphasis on its silvery tones. Overall, Hohenbergia 'Leopoldo Horstii' is a rare and extraordinary novelty plant that is highly prized for its unique features. It is certainly worth adding to one's collection of plants.
Growth habit: Medium
Light requirements: Bright Light: Requires higher levels of light, but not direct sunlight. Flourishes in well-lit areas with bright, indirect light throughout the day.
Plant size and bare root info
Fully Grown is an established plant with a root system. Please be aware that our fully grown plants will be shipped without blossoms, as this ensures their safe transportation and upon arrival, they will have the potential to bloom under proper care.
An Offset (pup) is a baby shoot that develops at the base of the plant, rooting to form a new plant identical to its parent.
All plants are shipped bare root. No pot and no soil.