by Ron Myhr
Grown by Mary Bozoian
Shown at the 1998 AGGS Convention. While usually grown in an enclosure in order to ensure high humidity, this specimen was shown in the open, unprotected, and held up very well.
S. concinna is one of the micro-miniature Sinningias -- this plant is about 1.5 inches (3 cm) across. Another photo of the species can be seen by clicking here. Other micro-miniature Sinningias include S. pusilla and S. sp. "Rio das Pedras".