Medinilla Magnifica is perhaps one of the most striking and beautiful plants that exist. It is also sometimes called a Malaysian Orchid or Rose Grape. This post is dedicated to the appreciation of this stunning plant. They are incredibly unique and have inspired such things as this beautiful (and affordable!) artwork, and also personalised stationery
For those who are interested in owning your own, we have a full list with links of where to buy them here
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If you’re looking for your own Medinilla Magnifica, the full list of available plants is here
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12 thoughts on “The Most Magnificent Plant”
Thank you for all of the gorgeous photos of this awesome and beautiful plant. I have taken notes on all of the information that you have given me.
Where to buy medinilla magnifica. I live in IN.
Hi Janice! The Medinilla Magnifica is incredibly beautiful, and incredibly hard to find. Sometimes we do manage to find them for sale, but at the moment the best we could find were seeds: https://amzn.to/2YUCg6i
From time to time they do become available, so when I see one, I’ll be sure to update you!
I just located one for sale here! https://rover.ebay.com/rover/1/711-53200-19255-0/1?mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.com%2Fitm%2FMALAYSIAN-ORCHID-Medinilla-myriantha-Exotic-Malaysian-Grapes-Small-Potd-Plant%2F361914002975%3Fhash%3Ditem5443c16e1f%3Ag%3AjhMAAOSwOgdYsfRM&campid=5338322874&toolid=20008
hello.I bout seeds from amazon, and i don’t know how to made germination this seeds
Last year i keep 30 days in refrigerator, six hours in the water and after i didn’t get any flowers.
Please help me .Give me instruction ,how to do it?
Thank you D.Sh.Canada
Hi! It’s worth adding some humidity, so cover with plastic or glass dome, and then ensure it is in a warm place with indirect sunlight. Good luck!
Thank you for the post and information on the medinilla megnifica. I saw the link you posted to eBay for the plant. However, I’ve noticed that the pictures of the plant in the eBay listing do not have any petals, only the little round buds. Are the medinilla with petals a different variety than the type without petals? I have included links to an image of the same plant with and without petals to help clarify.
Hey! As far as I know, it is the same plant just in different stages of flowering, so the petals are the flower, and the little round buds are the ‘fruit’ which usually comes in after flowering. I hope that helps!!