17 Sep 2012

Auriculas can be just as beautiful even when not in bloom.

MAJ, which has a good 'farina' on her leaves.

There are many variations in the leaf forms of auriculas. Many have ‘farina’ on their leaves giving them a grey/white appearance; others have attractive rosettes of leaves. All are attractive in their own way.

To see the ‘farina’ at its best the auriculas with this characteristic should be protected from the rain.
SYLVIA has more rounded leaves with 'farina' mainly on the edges.

An unnamed seedling with serrated edges and 'farina'.

CARINA has pointed leaves with 'farina'.

Mathew Yates builds tight rosettes of leaves.

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