Only sample packets available (one packet consists of at least 50 tiny seeds)
Ascend past 3,000m on the Rwenzori Mountains of Uganda and you will discover this strikingly tall giant lobelia rising among the heather forest. Lobelia stuhlmannii’s slender, leaf-scarred stem can reach several meters and is topped with a leafy rosette. When the plant matures, a flowering spike will grow above the rosette, adding one to three meters in height. Though primarily found in the mossy heather forest zone, L. stuhlmannii also ranges lower portions of the alpine zone, up to 3,600m. It shares alpine bogs with scattered giant groundsels and the everlasting flower.
Tested germination rate is 26%