From Larry S. come these two photographs of Ramonda myconi, growing in his rock garden in New Hampshire. This is a plant he acquired at The Gesneriad Society's 2009 convention in Silver Spring, Maryland. He says:
Every year there are more flowers, this May/June a total of more than 30 on a single plant. Note, the front flowers are very different, a mutation that resembles African violet flowers in the spotting. I am awaiting the fruits to ripen.