Remusatia pumila established and growing in a 9cm pot – these are not dormant tubers.
Remusatia pumila is a small species grown mainly for the beautifully patterned foliage. It makes a fantastic plant for a pot outdoors in the summer.
Pale yellow or greeny yellow spathes appear after the foliage during mid – late summer. As with other members of this genus, tiny bulbils are produced on above ground stolons, although these do not always develop to maturity in a typical British summer.
Winter dormant. The small tubers are flowering sized. The tubers need to overwinter frost free.
We also sell bulbils of this species.