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|Sinningia leucotricha hybrid is a result of plants being close enough for a mixup of plants. We dont know which two got together. We only know the result. This is info about leucotricha. Reichsteinaria (Sinningia) leucotricha, native to Brazil, forms a beautiful specimen with obovate leaves densely covered with shimmery silvery hairs. Slowly grows to form large "caudex", making it a highly desirable collector's specimen. Beautiful delicate apricot tubular flowers. In habitat, is found growing on cliffs near waterfalls. Porous soil with adequate drainage. Bright, filtered light with ample airflow. Drench thoroughly when soil is dry. If possible, Protect from frost. Member of the Gesneriaceae family. Please click photo for more information.|