This is but one of many color forms of Sincoraea (previously Orthophytum) burlemarxii to be found in the Chapada Diamantina of Bahia, Brazil. This one forms rosettes of many dark purplish, narrow leaves and a flaming red center flush with a nidular head of sessile white flowers.
Size can vary from under 12 inches to over 24 due to nutrients and other cultural factors. All sizes seem to color equally well. The plant pictured is one of these plants, grown and bloomed by our friend Jay Vanini in Guatemala, who also took this photo.
*VIPP plants are offsets
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