This species is native to the Comoro Islands; hence the name. Unlike some of the jumelleas (e.g. arachnanthe), comorensis is a very manageable-sized plant. We have a “big old” one in bloom in the greenhouse – and it’s 15” tall and is in a 3-1/2” pot. They can grow taller, but don’t need to be more than a few inches tall to begin blooming. Ours bloom off and on throughout the year. The blossoms of jumelleas are quite similar; white, quite star-shaped with rather long nectaries – and these are very fragrant. Choice plants!!!
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The NBS plant shown in Brenda’s hand is representative of what you’ll receive.