New Plants from the Toronto Gesneriad Society Meeting

Pretty good haul today from the Meeting. One plant from the auction, a few leaves from the leaf swap and a couple from the sales table.

The full plant list (Oh my goodness that’s a lot of plants):

x Codonatanthus ‘Aurora’

Episcia lilacina 'Chocolate Velour'
Episcia lilacina ‘Chocolate Velour’

Streptocarpus
‘Karen’s Candy Apple’ (Leaf, likely a larger plant/flowered white/green flower)
‘Salmon Sunset’ (Plant, smaller pink/orange with darker red stripes in a lighter yellow throat)
‘Nia’ (Plant, pale pink with yellow throat)
‘Ako Lemon Spirit’ (Plant, pale blue with darker blue streaks and a pale yellow throat)

Episcia 'Jim's Patches'
Episcia ‘Jim’s Patches’

Episcia (Yes after numerous failures I’m trying them again – Both will likely end up in Semi-Hydroponic culture.)
lilacina ‘Chocolate Velour’ (Pale lilac/blue flowers with a white center. Pictured.)
‘Jim’s Patches’ (Pictured. It’s a cutting so it’ll be going straight into S/H.)

Saintpaulia ‘Rhapsodie Carolyn’ leaves

x Codonatanthus 'Aurora'
x Codonatanthus ‘Aurora’

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Plant lover living in Toronto, Canada where I grow a wide range of plants in a very small space.
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5 Responses to New Plants from the Toronto Gesneriad Society Meeting

  1. Scott says:

    Those are beauties…especially the first one…love those dark, fuzzy leaves!

  2. Mandy says:

    Love, love, love the ‘Chocolate Velour’! He would fit in nicely with all my fuzzy Kalanchoes…I’ll be on the lookout for that one! The others are great too!

    • Andrew says:

      Just keep them potted separately! Episcias can’t dry out even for a moment or they’ll fall apart. I agree though it’d make a great compliment to many of the fuzzy Kalanchoes.

  3. Julie says:

    How fun to aquire all of these!!! They are really pretty! I, too, love the fuzzy leaves…but who wouldn’t??? :)

  4. Scott says:

    I agree with the above…that first one is fabulous!

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