This rarely seen species produces a beautifully rounded plant with bright green leaves and bright red flowers. The flowers are sparely produced, and the plant above has about as many as can be expected, although this didn’t stop the judges from noting that it wasn’t very floriferous.
A hybrid with Sinningia aggregata can be seen on another page here.
Additional photos of the species can be seen in a slideshow by clicking one of the links below:
- The same plant as above photographed under different lighting conditions
- The same plant as above, but three years younger
- A portion of another plant showing an impressive number of flowers on one stem