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Sinningia Raindrop Red?

Posted by quitecontrary 6 (My Page) on
Fri, Oct 21, 11 at 20:29

The pictures I have seen of this are so pretty! Does anyone still grow it or know someone who does? I believe it was hybridized by Paul Cummiskey in Tampa. There was a "Raindrop" series? I would love to have any information you can provide. If you've grown it, did you like it? How does it do?

If anyone has it and is interested in a trade, I have various sinningias, violets, miniature plants, assorted gessies.



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RE: Sinningia Raindrop Red?

This lady, here on GW, has it on her list for trade:

She calls hers 'Red Raindrop'.

Here is a link that might be useful: Gesneriads for trade

RE: Sinningia Raindrop Red?

Thank you, kayjones! I haven't checked this board for awhile - I'd pretty much given up the search for this plant. Will check out Rokky's list.

RE: Sinningia Raindrop Red?

Did you get your Sinningia?

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