Tapeinchilos is a genus of showy bracts in large inflorescences but very small (often unnoticed) flowers. Some flower at the base and some are terminal flowering, but all of them have branching stems. There are only a few species common in cultivation and it is hard to find good photos of them. I am greatful to my friends in Australia for sending me such great photos of these plants.
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