Cape Primroses, also known as Streptocarpus or Streps, have filled a niche as flowering houseplants for the home for many decades. Their velvety, long green leaves and floral sprays that rise above the foliage create a stunning plant for a windowsill garden. Streps are known for their ability to bloom in low light.
Streptocarpus primulifolius is a pretty shade-loving plant, fast growing and so; It will do well as a pot plant indoors or planted in a sheltered, shady spot in the garden. A field guide to wild flowers of KwaZulu-Natal and the Eastern Region.
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