Name: Candee Gaye Western Maryland Been there, Done that!
Wow Kat you are in the pink of things. I actually got some pink "forget me nots" and pink thrift and pink columbine. When the wind dies down tomorrow I hope to put them together. Thanks for all the great ideas, needless to say I am really in the "pink of thingS" now and will be making for for our breast cancer awareness group. Thanks for all the ideas!
athy, hi this is helene/ Try growing this pink espisicia in a large large clear glass bowl/terrarium like looking. Becomes a showstopper.In the african violet club they grew espicia "pink panther" in this manner. OMG
yes. they do need a lot of care. being it has so little green to grow with it needs a lot of moisture, no sun. If it's small. or just a stollen(the hanging piece) or two plant it with some stone- or gravel or perlite on the bottom then AV soil into a large congac snifter type of glass. Broad on the bottom and narrow opening - or one of those plastic clam containers, that strawberries come in and leave it half open for the interm till it gets established again. Outside, no sun is good.
What is the name of yours? -"Pinkpanther" was around a long time