by Ron Myhr
Grown at Strybing Arboretum
Shown at the 1998 AGGS Convention show by Jon Dixon on behalf of the Strybing Arboretum. Click here to see a closeup of the flowers. The flowers have a honey scent that varies in strength by local conditions and time of day. Note that the leaves on this plant appear to have been trimmed. This is acceptable for a show plant of this genus, as the growth habit of Streptocarpus often results in ragged and unsightly leaf tips.