Sinningia bullata
Sinningia bullata
Sinningia bullata
Sinningia bullata
Sinningia bullata
Sinningia bullata
Sinningia bullata
Sinningia bullata
Sinningia bullata
Sinningia bullata
Sinningia bullata
Sinningia bullata
Sinningia bullata

(This plant comes in a 3.5-inch pot. All our plants are grown under the same conditions, although not all the plants are the same. You will receive a similar plant in size and shape to the ones in the pictures. Our plants are hand-picked and carefully selected to bring you the best quality possible. Please allow us up to 3 business days to process your order. If you wish to receive your order on a specific date, or have special instructions, please add a note at the checkout. The plant is shipped in its pot to prevent any damage to the roots.)

Sinningia bullata is known by its common name Emerald Forest and belongs to the Gesneriaceae family. Its native place is Brazil. The unique feature of this plant is its quilted or ruffled leaves; therefore, it has been named bullata. The leaves have white hair on the underside that is more pronounced in young leaves. The tuberous growth with bulleted leaves and the red tubular short flowers that bloom all year round are the key features of this slow-growing plant. Additionally, it grows to a height of 20 cm. Unlike other Sinningia species, the Sinningia bullata does not go dormant in winter. Like most of the other members of its family, the plant can bear frost slightly.

Growth Rate
Sinningia bullata is a slow-growing plant.

Flowering
This plant bears short red tubular flowers. There is no specific blooming season as it can bloom year-round.

Watering and Feeding
The Sinningia bullata is drought-tolerant still; ensure that you mist the plant regularly. Water the soil only and avoid watering the plant directly.

Soil
Plant your Sinningia bullata in rich-drained soil.

Hardiness
The hardiness zone of Sinningia bullata is 10a to 11b. It is slightly frost-hardy. The suitable temperature range is 30° to 45° F (-1.1° to 7.2° C).

Light
Expose this Sinningia variety to direct sun during morning or late afternoon. For the rest of the day, keep it under shade.

Propagation
The best way to propagate this caudex-forming succulent is through seeds. Cuttings also work, but you need to pay a lot of attention to the plant.

Sinningia bullata was named in 2010 by Alain P. Chautems. In the wild, it grows on vertical slopes. It looks stunning when grown indoors or outdoors in pots and containers. Besides, these plants look great on patios, balconies, and terraces.

Sinningia bullata


SKU: 1888

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