Streptocarpella has become my favorite plant for two of the containers on my deck every year. One is a blue ceramic pot in a black metal plant stand, and I bring that one in and put it by my bedroom window during the winter. It eventually dropped the blooms it had when I brought it in, but now it has put out another spray of blooms. I like to take some cutting from it in the spring so I can refresh this container with new plants and also plant some in the three-tiered wire planter that hangs above the window boxes on my deck. I failed to get those cuttings last year, but I trimmed back the plants that I’d kept over over the winter and managed to keep that container going. I’d overwintered some smaller plants, too, so I put those in the three-tiered planter and filled the gaps in with impatiens. They did OK, but young plants from fresh cuttings would have bloomed fuller and better.
Hopefully, I will take cuttings and get better plants going this year.
And that’s about it for my own plants in bloom. However, we did import some blooms, too: