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Cape Primrose ‘Maasen’s White’ (Streptocarpus hybrid)

Cape Primrose ‘Maasen’s White’ (Streptocarpus hybrid)

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Cape Primrose ‘Maasen’s White’ (Streptocarpus hybrid)
A reliable and strong grower in the world of Cape Primroses, this hybrid has earned the reputation of being a profuse and vigorous bloomer. Many times pure white flowers engulf the foliage during its extensive blooming season. Flowering can last up to ten months of the year. We've traced the lineage back to South Africa's subtropical forest where their natural habitat gives way to lower temperatures and shade.
Hardiness Zone 10
Bloom Season Intermittent
Sun Requirement Partial Sun, Shade
Grows to 4-6"
Minimum Temperature Indoors 50

Tips for Success:

Also known as "Cape Primrose", Streptocarpus are easy-to-grow, colorful and can bloom year-round if the right cultural conditions are met.

• Grow in partial sun to shade.

• Keep temperatures above 50°F.

• Water accurately; allow soil to become visually dry between

• Never allow cold water to touch the leaves.

• Go easy on the fertilizer – just once or twice a month with
  a dilute solution.

  1. outstanding bloom time Review by Sandra
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    This plant really does out perform the rest. Beautiful striking white flowers, vigorous growth, easy to care for. This would be an excellent beginner's streptocarpus, a gateway plant for many more. (Posted on 7/31/2016)