A supposedly fertile polyploid of this typically sterile hybrid (formerly x belezeana if you prefer; I still question the need for a changed name), though it seems flowers are still a mystery goal for most growers (and a challenge to take on for new owners!). These plants develop spring rosettes up to 4″ in diameter (summer/late fall rosettes, much like the rotundifolia parent, tend to be much smaller), with flat to semi-erect paddle-shaped leaves bearing slender petioles and not-quite-rounded lamina. Under good lighting, color will go from bright green with crimson tentacles and pink tints to solid red. As noted, blooms are unknown currently, though likely small and white, and offspring will probably not breed true but could be interesting. Old leaves will bud and plants divide at times, making for dense colonies. This is a winter-dormant plant.
Available plants may range from 1-3″ in diameter during growth, or hibernacula in winter dormant season.
Plants are shipped bare-root wrapped in a moist paper towel, via USPS Priority mail; I typically ship Monday-Wednesday to avoid weekend hold-overs. US shipping only. Many plants are grown in high humidity conditions and may require acclimation, unless otherwise noted. If you are expecting weather that may be detrimental to the plants if shipped, please message me upon making your order! Shipping cost includes heat pack or cold pack/insulation as needed for detrimental weather conditions.