This is a cool Sinningia because it grows as a tuberous epiphyte or between cracks in rocks unlike its ground dwelling cousins. It produces clusters of bright red tubular flowers under brighter light. An easy grower and can be grown in semi shaded conditions in a well drained epiphyte mix. Probably best grown in a hanging basket as the branches are pendulant when mature.
PHOTO CREDIT: Thanks to Antonio Sergio Travanca for permission to use his photos here!