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Panos & Stavros.
This member of the Taccaceae
family was named by Éduard-François
André in 1901. Several people have been naming it since, but
the first name remains. It is found in several countries in the
tropical part of south east Asia. It prefers a well drained rich
peat like sphagnum, lots of water and not too much sun. The rhizomes
will grow up to six centimetres in diameter, the whole plant can
grow up to one meter. The spectacular flowers are dark brown.
This plant needs a rather high