This time variety of species and a single hybrid.
First comes the giant clone of H. uncinata - still young plant but I simply love it already. In my opinion it's the best clone of this species in cultivation.
This plant I got as a small seedling couple years ago (probably in 2013). After switching to adult leaves it looked just like my any other H. purpurascens, but the nectar spoons are getting bigger and bigger with each new leaf. I'll keep an eye on this guy - perhaps to turn into something special.
Another look at the H. ionasi "3" from previous post. It looses much of its' character if you don't see those long and thick inner hair.
A small update on my small seed grown H. huberi.
H. heterodoxa which I have in my collection for quite some time but actually this year was the first it started to grow well. Hopefully nectar spoons will get bigger than this.
Not so red at the moment, but it'll get there. This clone has been focusing on flowering since winter, with barely any new leaf growth. When this H. arenicola gets more leaves it should switch to red color.
Still young and painfully slowly growing plant.