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Distribution: In moist forests of the Cordillera Central and in the zone of mogotes. This species was originally described based on material cultivated in the gardens at Kew, but of uncertain origin. The species is considered by some as native to Jamaica and introduced in other places due to its showy flowers.

Public forest: Maricao and Toro Negro.


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