Articles tagged as strep
4th Quarter 2013 issue of Gesneriads, the journal of The Gesneriad Society: http://www.gesneriadsociety.org. Article written by Dale Martens|
By Dave G. on February 2, 2014
I can’t think of a more exciting genus right now than Streptocarpus. There are all sorts of species seed in the Seed Fund, plus there are plenty of fascinating new hybrids being created. Streptocarpus come in quite a range of sizes and flower colors and some have scent. Most hybrids bloom constantly and are happy growing in natural window light, under shady trees in warm weather, in greenhouses, or on plant stands. I’m in the midst of writing a booklet on Streptocarpus for The Gesneriad Society, so I know there’s a vast amount of information that can only be touched upon lightly in this article.
10 Mistakes A Beginner Makes|
By Dave G. on May 30, 2014
1. Buying a strep! We all know it's like eating a Lay's potato chip, you can't only have one!