Sinningia concinna

Photo by John Evans
Grown by Maryjane Evans

The delicate form and color of this tiny species has made it a favorite for many years. Although not as easy to grow and propagate as S. pusilla, it has been equally important as an ancestor of the hundreds of modern miniature Sinningias.

Other photos of S. concinna are on this site, including both closeups and views of a whole plant.



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