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Cape Primrose ‘Midnight Flame’ (Streptocarpus hybrid)

Cape Primrose ‘Midnight Flame’ (Streptocarpus hybrid)

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$11.95
T5044-2

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2.5" Pot Size
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Cape Primrose ‘Midnight Flame’ (Streptocarpus hybrid)
If richness in color is your preference, then this exceptional hybrid is for you. Freely flowering nearly 10 months of the year, it gives color and depth to the home's interior, even without direct sunlight.
Hardiness Zone 10
Bloom Season Intermittent
Sun Requirement Partial Sun, Shade
Grows to 6-12"
Minimum Temperature Indoors 50
Plant Type Easy Grower


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
   waterings.

• Never allow cold water to touch the leaves.

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


  1. Great indoor plant Review by TP
    How do you rate this product?

    I have had mine on a windowsill at work facing northeast in a 6" terra cotta pot for three years. It bloomed the first year, but has gotten even more impressive in each subsequent year. People come into my office just to admire it when it is flowering. This year, what I presume are seed pods are starting to appear on some of the flowers' bases after they have faded away. I plan to let them mature and see if they're viable. One other point, at times I've been away and not able to water it in a timely manner. It has looked wilted to the point I was afraid it couldn't be saved, but when watered it goes back to looking healthy within a few hours. (Posted on 7/4/2018)

  2. Bright red, large flowers. Easy grower. One of my favorites! Review by RC
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    I've had this Streptocarpus for a couple of months. It came with a few buds, and continues to flower. The current bloom is larger than the previous blooms and large for the size of the plant. I have a many Streptocarpus. This is one of my favorites (Posted on 10/27/2017)

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