Streptocarpus Plant – Katie

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Saturday Gardening Thread: Hip Houseplants [KT] – I never really thought of my indoor plants as children, though. Not that I didn’t baby some of them. Probably more than most of today’s new "plant parents" baby their plants. I even tried to grow Stre.

Streptocarpus Plant – Katie A strong variety which is very free flowering with deep inky purple veins on a paler background. Very distinctly marked flowers with about 8 flowers per stem.

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Browse pictures and read growth / cultivation information about Cape Primrose (Streptocarpus ) ‘Katie’ supplied by member gardeners in the PlantFiles database at Dave’s Garden.

Streptocarpus Plant – Katie A strong variety which is very free flowering with deep inky purple veins on a paler background. Very distinctly marked flowers with about 8 flowers per stem.

A popular house plant, Streptocarpus, is an Afrotropical genus of flowering plants in the family Gesneriaceae (the Gesneriads). The genus is native to Afromontane biotopes from central, eastern and southern Africa, including Madagascar and the Comoro Islands.

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