Ionantha Blooms


Less than a week later, the purple flowers are now visible! This is my first tilly nursed by my very own TLC to bloom.


Here, we have an Ionantha Guatemalan that was already in bloom at the point of purchase just last week. The flowers didn’t last long, which I don’t mind so much. I’m just waiting for the pups to grow a colorful clump. No filter used in the photo directly above.

When I get a chance to take pictures in daylight, I’ll capture one of two Ionantha Kolbii’s on the verge of blooming with a pup growing.

I recently discovered two babies growing from seeds, half the size of a grain of rice, attached to an Ionantha Araujei and a Concolor. Can’t wait to see them mature in the coming months!

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