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Rob's Kalangadoo

Very unusual 'leaf chimera' with semimini trailing foliage.  Double orchid blooms with dark blue fantasty streaks.  Unique, dusting and streaking of gold on pointed green foliage.  A mutation of 'Rob's Galiwinku' but with variable variegated mottling of foliage.



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Rob's Kalangadoo

Average Rating 4.9 out of 5

Quite the Bloomer

Rob's Kalangadoo was received as a freebie and she stays in bloom and trails so compact and neat. What a great surprise…I really like the plant.

Scarla McAlister May 15 2024, 21:30 PM

Mystery Trailer Suprise

I received the Rob's Kalangadoo trailing violet has a mystery seller's pick last fall (2022). It is growing well (3 crowns), but slowly and did have a few small tight flowers. Currently, many more buds are developing and hopefully the plant will have a better display with age. The young leaves are dark green, small and pointed, no streaks or dusting of gold. The older, outer leaves are more yellow, but not as pictured in the photo.

Mary J Lis Apr 15 2023, 21:42 PM

Beautiful blooms and foliage!

Wowzers! What a beautiful trailer. I ordered a 'Mystery" trailer and this is what the VB chose for me. It arrived with 6 blooms and hasn't stopped blooming! The foliage is beautiful with pointed leaves dusted with gold flecks. Such a pretty combination.

Jan Manley Nov 02 2022, 12:55 PM

Gorgeous blooms

I bought a mystery violet trailer for my birthday. I love this violet. It has bloomed continously for the last 4 months. This is extremely hardy. The blooms are gorgeous.

Tammy Pyle Sep 03 2022, 13:39 PM

Gorgeous Leaves

This little trailer has really beautiful chimera leaves with white flecks. Mine has flowers that are more purple than pink but really pretty. One of my favorite trailers. Easy to grow.

Julie Kendall May 25 2022, 15:31 PM

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