Potinara Burana Beauty was one of the first plants I bought. It was also one of my first self-made rescues. When I moved out of the house into the greenhouse and decided that I needed a formal inventory, I didn't include it. It was in really bad shape.
The weather was great yesterday. The sun was out and it was warm. I spent the afternoon re-potting. As I looked around for another re-pot candidate, I spotted this plant. It had been sitting undisturbed for at least two years. I had put the scrap of live plant in rock and hoped for the best.
When I took it out of the pot there was a nice cage of firm white roots. I wish I had taken a picture, but I was on a re-potting roll. I moved it to bark over peanuts and I will start looking for a new home for it. It is a great plant, but doesn't fit the direction my collection has taken, and I try to remember that plant-count reduction is one of my goals.