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Description: A hemiphytic species which we came across near the summit of Mount Pulog, the highest mountain on the Filipino island of Luzon, during our joint expedition with the Philippine National Museum during the winter of 1996/7. Appearing to look like a climbing shrub where we found it, which can adapt perfectly well to terrestrial growth. With leaves composed of several narrow radiating leaflets on long dark petioles. Covered when we found it with a mass of black plump berries/fruit. Best grown in a humus rich soil that does not dry out, in a container to afford frost protection, our planting only survived –4C in the garden.
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