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Sinningia bullata is a popular and hardy Gesneriad, a Brazilian relative of the African Violet. It's grown mostly for its unusual crinkled foliage, which is hairy and alien-like when it first emerges from the tuber.

It is a fun and unique looking plant to have at home. It’s relatively easy to grow. The flowers are red/orange tubes, whose faces are dotted with darker red dots.

GROWTH - Clumping

LIGHT - Mid light/Shaded areas

WATER - Keep moist but not soggy