Primulina ‘Patina’

(1 customer review)

$12.99

Primulina ‘Patina’ is a cousin to the african violet. Primulina were at one time Chirita. Now the botanical name is Primulina. These beauties are native to Asia. ‘Patina’ is a cultivar that has dark green leaves with a silver center. The leaves are covered with small reddish hairs which give it a gorgeous “patina-like look”. It grows in a rosette. The flowers are blue. This is a really beautiful medium sized specimen for growing under florescent lights or on the window sill.. Water with room temperature water and keep away from cold drafts.

Shade to partial shade, temp. 55 to 95 degrees, 6 to 8in. tall, allow getting slightly fairly between watering

Family: Gesneriaceae

3 in stock

SKU: 336 Categories: , , Product ID: 2383

Description

Primulina ‘Patina’ is a cousin to the african violet. Primulina were at one time Chirita. Now the botanical name is Primulina. These beauties are native to Asia. ‘Patina’ is a cultivar that has dark green leaves with a silver center. The leaves are covered with small reddish hairs which give it a gorgeous “patina-like look”. It grows in a rosette. The flowers are blue. This is a really beautiful medium sized specimen for growing under florescent lights or on the window sill.. Water with room temperature water and keep away from cold drafts.

Shade to partial shade, temp. 55 to 95 degrees, 6 to 8in. tall, allow getting slightly fairly between watering

Family: Gesneriaceae

Additional information

Weight 1 lbs

1 review for Primulina ‘Patina’

  1. hkimball48 (verified owner)

    I couldn’t wait to receive the Primulina ‘Patina. Such a beautiful plant and I can’t wait until it flowers! Expert packaging!! This is my fifth plant and so far every shipment of plants has been cared for in precisely the same way. Very strong root system and beautiful full leaves on the plant. This one is going to be a show stopper for sure in my kitchen windowsill.

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