This Petrocosmea has a unique overlay of golden yellow on the leaves. It is not chlorotic, but a possible result of its parent’s deep yellow veining in the leaves that has contributed to this trait. Hybridized by Tim Tuttle, it is a cross between Petrocosmea cryptica (formerly Petrocosmea rosettifolia) and Petrocosmea sericea.
Flowers are light lavender and make a nice colour contract on the yellow foliage. To see a plant in bloom click here.