Exhibited at the 2020 virtual show of the Gesneriad Society.
Flowers are found under the foliage unlike other Petrocosmea flowers which are usually suspended from petioles above the foliage. Buds may appear to took like ‘suckers’ or ‘offsets’ near the base of the plant.
The flowering habit is accurately represented in the feature photo above, although flower details are not. Additional photos, including a flower close-up, can be seen in a slideshow by clicking one of the links below:
- A close-up of a flower, showing the delicately purple-shaded white flower and the prominent hairs produced by the calyces and flower stem
- A nicely grown plant exhibited as a foliage specimen in the 2015 convention show of the Gesneriad Society