Sinningia 'Flair' is a very nice hybrid. It is semi-miniature but can be grown larger, as shown at the link at the bottom of this page.
The flower has very striking markings. The leaf coloration is much like that of certain varieties of Sinningia eumorpha, with dark green upper surfaces and red undersides.
|Erect, very short internodes
|Very dark green, like some varieties of S. eumorpha
|My plant dies back to the tuber in the winter
|axillary cyme of 1-4 flowers, peduncle usually shorter than 1 cm.
|Funnelform corolla, about 4 cm long, with flaring lobes, with upturned corolla. Lobes purple. Interior of corolla tube yellow below. Most striking feature is lines of dark purple streaks or dots on lower three lobes, extending from interior of corolla to about 6 mm from edge.
|No information yet [April 2014].
|Yes. The plant is compact and attractive.
|I haven't tried yet.
There is a picture of a huge plant of this hybrid here.