This is an attractive, easy and widely grown hybrid. Its yellow and maroon striped blossoms and orange calyx contrast nicely with the dark green leaves. It can grow to substantial size, in a large basket, but readily produces flowers while quite small.
This plant was exhibted at the Gesneriad Society’s 2019 convention, in class C18.
Close views of the flowers can be seen by clicking one of the links below:
- A beautiful flower portrait illustrates the unusual and dynamic flower colors and patterns
- A flower close-up of the plant above.