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Streptocarpus ‘Zlotko’ – Cape Primrose (4.5″ Pot)

$17.99

Streptocarpus ‘Zlotko’ is a gorgeous cape primrose that makes an excellent low light houseplant. Features extra frilly and ruffled, creamy white to buttery yellow flowers. The blooms rise above textured, arching green leaves. This amazing plant graces your house with a long-lasting explosion of color, practically blooming all year if grown in good conditions.

An indoor temperature of 67-75°F is ideal. Temperatures too much above 80°F tend to cause leafburn as well as reduce the blooming power and longevity of the plant. Primroses can be grown in low light conditions, although an east or west-facing window is best. They prefer high humidity and a consistently moist, but not waterlogged soil.

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Streptocarpus ‘Zlotko’ is a gorgeous cape primrose that makes an excellent low light houseplant. Features extra frilly and ruffled, creamy white to buttery yellow flowers. The blooms rise above textured, arching green leaves. This amazing plant graces your house with a long-lasting explosion of color, practically blooming all year if grown in good conditions.

An indoor temperature of 67-75°F is ideal. Temperatures too much above 80°F tend to cause leafburn as well as reduce the blooming power and longevity of the plant. Primroses can be grown in low light conditions, although an east or west-facing window is best. They prefer high humidity and a consistently moist, but not waterlogged soil.

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