Conandron ramondioides is an Asian gesneriad that thrives, growing on hummocks of moist acidic debris on the surface of rocks between 2,000' and 4,500' elevation in its native China, Japan, and Taiwan. The Japanese common name Iwa-Tabako means rock tobacco, referring both to its preferred habitat as well as the shape of the flowers. The botanical names comes from the Greek, meaning "cone-shaped anther".

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