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Cape Primrose ‘Party Pinafore’ (Streptocarpus hybrid)

Cape Primrose ‘Party Pinafore’ (Streptocarpus hybrid)

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2.5" Pot Size
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Cape Primrose ‘Party Pinafore’ (Streptocarpus hybrid)
A new two-tone streptocarpus that delights the eye with frilly edges of lavender-white on the lower part of the petal and a rich solid purple on the upper petal. The deep purple veining in the center stands out against the soft cream-colored throat. Grow in partial sun or shade and watch the flowers appear.
Hardiness Zone 9, 10
Bloom Season Intermittent
Sun Requirement Partial Sun, Shade
Grows to 6-12"
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. Excellent quality plant! Review by winegirl27
    How do you rate this product?

    Lovely, healthy, multi-leafed, fairly large starter plant. Definitely will be buying more streps here! (Posted on 8/12/2017)

  2. Fantastic non stop blooms Review by Karen
    How do you rate this product?

    I purchased (5) 'Party Pinafore' in early January. They arrived as tiny, but well rooted plants and within a month were pushing out flowers and haven't stopped blooming in 10 months. I still have them in the original 2" pots and let the soil become quite dry between watering but they are lush and thriving. (Posted on 10/13/2014)