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Streptocarpus Book

Streptocarpus Book

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This is a newly updated third edition covering all aspects of Streptocarpus, by Rex Dibley, using his experience of over 40 years of growing these wonderful plants.

There is no one else who has such a extensive knowledge of these plants.

This book covers topics such as, Pests and Diseases, Breeding, Showing, Cultivation, History and much more. 128 pages in full colour with detailed diagrams.  A5 size.


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    My kitchen floor!
    Saintpaulia Little Bo Peep
    New purchase, gorgeous
    S. Falling Stars
    Targa alongside Dwynwen
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    Beautiful streptacarpus, Fromm Dibleys of course
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    My beautiful falling star
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    Very floriferous this year
    Streptocarpus 2021
    All my Streptocarpus has been living outside July and most of august, now they live in a north/weat-window. Ida/Denmark
    All my Streptocarpus has been living outside in July and most of august, now they live in a north/west window. Ida/ Denmark
    Brautiful deep red grow
    Festival of Wales
    One table full
    Lynne's Falling Stars: I’ve had in the house for over a year. It sits on a North-East windowsill and is growing in a 17cm diameter pot which I think suits this variety.
    New to me this year
    Each morning they make my day.
    Frosty Diamond. Arrived as plug plant in Spring. So much growth, so many flowers so quickly!. Located on NE facing bathroom window ledge.
    Myfanwy, Frosty Diamond and unknown white one, inherited from a friend. All normally grown on NE facing bathroom window ledge, where they seem to love it.
    Roulette Cherry
    So many
    No idea because I grew from seed
    My lovely collection!
    Another favourite
    A favourite
    2 Targa and a 30 year old inherited plant. I’d love to know its name!
    S. cooperi corner
    A kitchen with a difference
    Lemon Sorbet and Isla
    A small selection
    My streptocarpus have been wonderfully floriferous this year.
    Offspring of the streptocarpus that sparked my interest, bought over 20 years ago.
    Streptocarpus display
    Lots of blooms. Lovely!
    Rob's Jitterbug second bloom, by Linda
    Love Spots
    Rob's Jitterbug second bloom
    Lemon Sorbet
    Fabulous little violet!
    Anthoflores Edith by Linda
    Anthoflores Edith by Linda
    Buffalo Hunt by Linda
    Buffalo Hunt by Linda
    'Constant Nymph' purchased 2018
    'Tanya', which I've had since 2015
    Achimentanthes 'Inferno' bought in 2018.
    Achimenes 'Apricot Glow' bought in 2018
    A beautiful plant. Nice and compact with lots of flowers throughout the season. Very reliable.
    Emerald Giant , has grown to this size From a 4 cm plug in 3 months. Each leaf a little bigger than the one before.  The newest large  Leaf is 28cm long.


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    • Do you have a deep red streptocarpus

      The deepest plain red streptocarpus varieties are 'Ruby' and 'Rubina'

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