A big one from Copenhagen Botanical Garden.
This member of the
family was described by Johannes Müller Argoviensis in 1865.
Found in Thailand, where it grows in rich peat and gets a lots of water
in the rainy season. Doesn't need much sun.
The stem can grow up to 30 centimetres in diameter, and reach a high
of eight meters.
Actually, I don't know much about this plant.
This big one will
keep it's leaves during the winter, but loose them in spring.