The product of several generations of focused hybridization, S. ‘Tomorrow’ exhibits the upright peloric-flowered form characteristic of modern hybrids of Sinningia speciosa, albeit with much smaller flowers. Peloric flowered forms of S. cardinalis are ancestral to this breakthrough cultivar. S. ‘Tomorrow’ is a cross between another peloric hybrid, S. ‘Bewitched’, and the pale yellow species S. conspicua.
The plant featured above was shown at the 2022 convention of the Gesneriad Society.
Additional photos can be seen in a slideshow by clicking one of the links below:
- The whole plant of the feature photo above, exhibited at the 2022 convention of the Gesneriad Society
- A plant exhibited at the 2021 virtual show of the Gesneriad Society
- Another show plant, exhibited at the 2009 convention of the Gesneriad Society
- A closeup of the flowers on this 2009 plant
- A tight flower closeup illustrating the six corolla lobes and the six anthers