The Gloxinia has its roots in the tropical rainforests of Brazil. You can still find it thriving there in the wild, but to us it is more familiar as the handsome houseplant. The Gloxinia has been a firm favourite for many years and is increasingly seen decorating modern interiors. Gloxinia is a tuberous plant, which means the plant can survive on its tuber, only to come out and bloom again the following spring. This timeless asset will therefore provide you with pleasure for a very long time to come.
- Good light, but no bright sunlight.
- Keep damp, compost must not dry out.
- Ideal temperature 15-20 C
- Remove dead heads of flowers.