Succulent Gardening: The Art of Nature

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Sinningia bullata

Sinningia bullata are in the Gesneriaceae family. They have Bright orange flowers dotted red produced throughout the year. Small bright green leaves with interesting bubbly texture, wooly white underneath. Tuber forming. Easy to grow. Native to Santa Catarina area of Brazil. They are more the color of the photo on the right
The plant below is Sinningia leucotricha. They should be available this fall
This is a sinningia tubiflora. The sinningia leucotricha has a flatter more hairy caudex. We no longer grow tubiflora. This is for information only
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