Discovered by Joep Moonen, It was found on the banks of the Matroni River in French Guiana in 1991. When it was first sighted, it looked so malformed Joep Moonen thought it had been damaged by insects. Upon returning later, he realized this plant was growing on an ants nest. Only two specimens were ever found in the wild, both along the Matroni River! Quite certainly an extraordinary plant.
Plant family: Araceae
Sunlight: Bright - medium indirect light
Water: Once-twice a week
Soil: Well draining
Thrives in our Wild Magic Mix