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Primulina ‘Piccolo’ (Primulina hybrid)

Primulina ‘Piccolo’ (Primulina hybrid)

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2.5" Pot Size
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Primulina ‘Piccolo’ (Primulina hybrid)
Primulina 'Piccolo' makes an excellent windowsill or light garden plant because of its small size and ability to flower non-stop. It has an attractive rosette shape with patterned dark leaves highlighted with a variegated band in the middle. Tall sprays of lavender flowers arch out of the center of the plant and the lavender petals flow into a decorative white tubular neck. Primulina is an understory plant in its native habitat and will tolerate the dry environment of a home easily.
Hardiness Zone 10
Bloom Season Intermittent
Sun Requirement Partial Sun, Shade
Grows to 8"
Minimum Temperature Indoors 60
  1. Easy to care for plant Review by Cactus Lady
    How do you rate this product?

    I bought this because it was easy to take care of & blooms frequently. Plant arrived in excellent condition. It has been several weeks since arrival & my repotting. No sign of blooms yet, but has survived the shipping carrier & transplanting so we shall see! (Posted on 10/15/2017)

  2. FABULOUS! Review by Erin
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    Wanted to get something everblooming and heard about this plant in Tovah Martin's book, so I ordered it. Boy, was I surprised when it arrived two days later and with three bud stems ready to go! I was so pleased that I ordered another plant immediately. Also, the plant was quite a bit larger than I expected.

    Thanks Logees. (Posted on 3/21/2016)