Sinningia lineata

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  • Photographer: Ron Myhr
  • Grown by: Smithsonian Institution Greenhouses

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S. lineata is an attractive plant, with an interesting bright salmony color and clear spotting on the face. Check out the whole plant, and the side view of the flowers. There is some variation within the species, as can be seen in photos of the flowers and plants, at Geneva Botanical Gardens. A photo of another plant at the Geneva Botanical Gardens illustrates the large caudex-like tuber from which these grow.