Toronto Gesneriad Society Meeting Pictures

Went to the Toronto Gesneriad Society’s meeting this afternoon at the Toronto Botanical Gardens. On the whole not the most exciting meeting – nothing for sale and only three plants shown. Talk was interesting enough though. Also shown were some flowers which had been shown somewhere on Friday that were brought in to the meeting to be shown as well. That will pretty much be this post – here were the highlights of those flowers.


Strep. ‘Remembering John’


Strep. ‘Victorian Valentine’


S. ‘Fisher’s Leone’


Left: S. ‘Live Wire’, Right: S. ‘Kings Ransom’


S. ‘Sara’s Addison Rose’


Left: S. ‘Buckeye Leprechaun Charm’, Right: S. ‘News’

About Andrew

Plant lover living in Toronto, Canada where I grow a wide range of plants in a very small space.
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2 Responses to Toronto Gesneriad Society Meeting Pictures

  1. allexandra says:

    Is it possible to grow streptocarpus in clay pellets or pouzzolane? Please say yes… with my lack of green fingers they run a serious risk of dying if they can’t survive in clay pellets. beautiful pics!

  2. allexandra says:

    I admired wholeheartedly what you have done with the orchids. Well done!

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