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Aeschynanthus longicaulis is an Asian native also listed under the synonym Aeschynanthus marmoratus, also called 'Black Pagoda'. The flowers are long tubes and green in color. The leaves are green with maroon veining and reverse. It has a trailing growth and is a very fast grower. It will make a very large hanging basket.
It blooms sporadically in the spring and summer.
Black Pagodas need bright indirect light to grow well and to bloom. If you want your Black Pagoda to bloom, give it about 5 to 6 hours of bright indirect sunlight. It can even handle small amounts of direct morning sunlight. Place this plant by an south-facing window.
light- Bright indirect
water - weekly letting dry completely between watering
soil- Light and free draining