Episcia 'Pink Dreams'
Photo by Peter Yaremko
This fine cultivar is much like E. 'Cleopatra', but its flowers are pink, rather than bright orange-red. The pink goes much better with the foliage, but flowers are produced sparingly and the plant is if anything more dependent on humidity and warmth than is 'Cleopatra'. Shown at the 1994 AGGS Convention in Toronto.
Mutation occasionally produces interesting variations on plants. In the case of 'Pink Dreams', a mutation has produced a plant with yellow flowers, unusual in the Episcias.