Having slightly thinner foliage than T. ionantha 'Rubra' & 'Fuego,' but significantly more trichomes, which give it a "fuzzier" appearance, T. ionantha 'Guatemala' is a standout amongst ionantha varieties.
It even rivals T. ionantha 'Mexico' for blush coloring. The second picture shows a plant in full blush with a couple of open purple blooms. Add in the yellow pollen on the anthers and you really have quite the show! After a year or two, these plants will have grown into quite the clump since they typically produce 2-3 pups after flowering. Plants grow to approx. 3" tall and wide over time, but can grow slightly larger.