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All About Gesneriads

By threegardeners
August 3, 2011

The plants of this group are among the best houseplants for a constant stream of blooms and ease of growth. Do you grow Gesneriads? If so, please share your photos and experiences in the comments section after the article.

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Name: Maria
Akron OH
can't live without plants!
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Tropicals
msDR
Aug 8, 2011 8:10 AM CST
Thanks for introducing the wonderful plants in such a colorful way. I discovered African Violets' relatives just a year ago and got addicted right away. I was surprized they didn't require too much care and got thrilled when could start a bunch of sinningias from seed. Here some of my treasures which I was so lucky to get from my gardening friends.

Streptocarpus Hototugishu
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Dale Marten's hybrid mini strep


Episcia lillacina


Strep Inky Frills, great bloomer
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Sinningia pusilla likes her dish garden

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