It seems most everyone enjoys photos of interesting and beautiful plants. Hopefully, it will stimulate some conversation. A brief description of your plant with the botanical name, if known, and how you've managed to grow it so well, would be appreciated. This is my Sinningia leucotricha, on April 21, 2007. Most of the Fall and Winter, it is dormant...nothing more than the caudex/tuber, then at the end of March to beginning of April, it "wakes up". It is kept indoors during the winter and then left outdoors once the overnight temperatures warm up at the end of May or beginning of June in western Michigan. A small pot with primarily granular mix/bonsai soil. Mix in a little granular insecticide and fertilizer, and it seems pretty happy. I love the velvet-like flowers and foliage, as it shimmers in the light. The flowers last about a month, but the foliage spreads out, getting twice as large as you see here, and will last several months before it goes dormant again.