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I think the six related flowers are the genus Sinningia. The large white one on the right (4) is a Streptocarpus and the small pink one on the left in the bottom (7) looks like a Eucodonia. Of course the pink/purple one (3) looks like an achimines also.It's hard to tell. If I am wrong, I have a couple of other guesses.
Well, you get the first place prize for the Sinningia answer. The 6 that are related are indeed Sinningia! Number (7) is NOT a Eucodonia though, and number (3) isn't NOT an achiminies. Keep on guessing!!!Thanks for the comments.... everyone else, please comment and for an even harder puzzle, what are the 6 Sinningia varieties???For the streptocarpus lovers, what strep IS number (4)???
I guess I must keep on trying! # 1 is S. California Gold. # 8 is S. Glory Be.#6 is K. Strawberry Fields or else a Smithiantha. Is # 5 a florist gloxinia? If not, it is a Peridots something or other. I'll keep working on the others.
You are an unbelievable wizard with your sinningias! #1 is Calif. Gold. #8 is indeed Glory Be.#6 is a Kohleria Strawberry Fields and #5 is an unnamed florist's gloxinia! Numbers 2 and 7 have variety names also, three is unnamed... but, what are they?And what strep is hiding here in spot #4?
I'm still working on the Sinningias. Is # 2 S. Laura and # 7 S. Amazide?I don't know my streps so I can't even guess.
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