Malaysian species, H.
curtisii, is a small growing plant with a reputation for being difficult
to grow. Sources suggest high humidity is the keep to keeping it alive.
It is certainly worth the effort, with its tiny leaves and showy green
and pink, scented flowers.
Photograph by : John Ellis
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