For me it has to be P. Jaumavensis. Looks great in a picture (close up) but in reality it seems to be the size of a dime or nickel- very small. I now have a P. Piroette and it blows it away. Same pink color, much bigger. Both plants in two inch pots.
I meant to ask how your sethos F2 ranks in there? In my mind its definately a cross between the two makes full rosettes, has that deep pink colour (when not heavily fed), but it will also out grow that pot, I had some that were upwards of 10cm in diameter. Sib
That P.jaumavensis is actually pretty cute, I must say
Reminds me of the first Ping I had (thanks again Tommy!!) a little P.emarginata x cyclosecta the thing was REALLY neat and really tiny at the time, but a snail ate it before I got it to even grow, poor little guy
And once you get a look at the P.moranensis Steve (member here) was growing, you'll get a notion that there IS such thing as "darn near TOO big" for these plants (the one I got from him is, I would say, twice as big as the PICTURE of P. pirouette above, the individual leaves were the size of my palm, maybe bigger)
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