Another super rarity I found on the emerald lake is Eriocaulon sp. Japan
and I am not sure if this is the same as what is being called Eriocaulon amanoanum
. Can anyone confirm or deny the validity of Amano having his name on one of the most spectacular Erios evar?
If anyone has this plant please let me know so I can sign over my bank account and firstborn ASAP.
Here is the picture from emerald lake
Here are some pictures from a fellow gardener who happens to work at ADA Japan
Here it is at a young stage and the pictures after that follow the plant's development.
A little while later
This plant just keeps going
This plant is unstoppable