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Yesterday I saw a lovely and unusual, to me, sininnngia. The deep burgundy leaves were large, wide and the tips were pointy rather than the more rounded ones and they had the typical quilted texture. The flowers were clusters of yellow and orange and they were quite striking against the dark leaves. I neglected to get a picture and the person who had the plant only knew it was a sinningia that had come from Florida.
Any ideas on an ID for this? I have searched PF and google images.