I was very happy at the development of these flame violets until the rain season began and killed all of my flame violet species. I was too late to collect and keep these specimen except for the green & the stripped one, which I manage to plant just one parent plant and so far, its just surviving.
If you notice the one without any stripes had already extinct from my garden. (sob..sob..)
This particular flame violet was an experiment which I had done. I had only placed a cluster of the flame violet together with the runner. It is actually just one plant growing from a branch from the bottom of a hanging pot (top is a fern plant.) Now, it had created a grape like clutter with flower & leaves and all and doing very well so far.
My green leaved flame violet is now recuperating from the earlier onslaught from the rain season. They don't like wet feet and so all those which was growing from the surface started to rot and die. I was too late to rescue them.
Finally the green flame violet gave out flowers, I know now that it had passed the critical stage.
Yet, its a smallest plant compared to my other flame violet.
Wished I have many different types of flame violets in my collection. I'm sure that would certainly make an impact in coloured foliage.