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Phaedranassa cinerea is largely montane species, where it grows in disturbed areas, often colonizing road cuts. This plant usually comes into bloom after the dry summer season in its native lands.
Plant in rich, sandy, well-drained soil with ample water.
This rounded small tree has glossy crinkly leaves. The flowers are dark brown with a intense honey perfume at night.
As a group they show a huge range in vegetative form, terrestrial or epiphytic, and can be found as tall cane-like plants a metre or so high, clumped or trailing, pendent or climbing, erect or creeping, tufted and tiny, delicate moss-like species that can grow on the thinnest of twigs.