Sinningia harleyi

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  • Photographer: Alcie Maxwell
  • Grown by: Alcie Maxwell

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Sinningia harleyi has a rambling habit, with weak and sprawling stems. In its natural Brazilian habitat it grows among rocks, sometimes from soil deposits in cracks and fissures. It can make a nice large pot plant.

Flowers vary in color and pattern, some with lines composed of merged spots, others with more discrete spots, and in various shades of pink and red.

Additional photos can be seen in a slideshow by clicking one of the links below:

Additional information and photos can be seen on the website Sinningia and Friends.