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Flamingo house plant care

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Flamingo house plant care

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Plants which are small enough to fit in a 15cm container, are not fussy about light levels and require no pruning.

5.00 out of 5

Dani

(09-04-2016)

5

Amazing little house plants that come up everywhere these days and F. occidentalis or laticoma is one of the best ones for just about anything. I'm wondering how well the beautiful bright flowers of this plant actually does well in a container, or just whether you just keep them in the ground?

Plants which are small enough to fit in a 15cm container, are not fussy about light levels and require no pruning.

4.25 out of 5

Flamingo house plant care

(15-11-2013)

4

Brilliant little house plant, easy to grow, no pruning needed and can be planted in a pot but should go in the ground too for best growth.

4.50 out of 5

ShropshireLiving

(01-12-2013)

5

My house plant, this one really does well, has an intriguing trick of sending up new plants from the crown, and no pruning is needed.

Plants which are small enough to fit in a 15cm container, are not fussy about light levels and require no pruning.

4.75 out of 5

Flamingo house plant care

(14-02-2015)

4

A delight to grow, brilliant colour, happy where ever I put it, plenty of 'cups' to take the marvellous red petals and bud too, so does best in part sun.

Plants which are small enough to fit in a 15cm container, are not fussy about light levels and require no pruning.

5.00 out of 5

Sue

(07-02-2016)

5

Beautiful bright pink flowers, lovely colours, they make a beautiful and unique house plant, the bees love it too!

Plants which are small enough to fit in a 15cm container, are not fussy about light levels and require no pruning.

4.75 out of 5

Flamingo house plant care

(15-09-2015)

5

Hardy, great bloom time for 15cm container, flowers once before dropping buds, happy in part sun or shade.

4.25 out of 5

Maxine mowat

(25-07-2014)

5

So easy to grow and looks great in a 15cm pot. Lovely colour.

Plants which are small enough to fit in a 15cm container, are not fussy about light levels and require no pruning.

5.00 out of 5

Rambler

(12-12-2016)

5

Great little house plant with great colourful flowers. A little hard to keep in the pot as it tends to root a little once in there. But it does well in the garden and even in a cold greenhouse where it can be kept in the dark, without freezing.

Plants which are small enough to fit in a 15cm container, are not fussy about light levels and require no pruning.

5.00 out of 5

Madelaine b

(12-02-2018)

5

Very easy to grow, lovely pink flowers. I find it likes lots of light, but it doesn't mind at all if it has less. It needs plenty of water to keep it blooming, though - you won't be disappointed if you don't give it too much!

Plants which are small enough to fit in a 15cm container, are not fussy about light levels and require no pruning.

5.00 out of 5

Roger Sutherland

(29-12-2013)

5

Flamingo is easy to grow, comes in a range of colours, the pink ones have been very popular!

Plants which are small enough to fit in a 15cm container, are not fussy about light levels and require no pruning.

5.00 out of 5

Flamingo house plant care

(15-09-2015)

5

A good house plant. It needs to be kept in a pot, or the roots spread. I have it in the greenhouse, where it goes well in a fridge with bright light.

Plants which are small enough to fit in a 15cm container, are not fussy about light levels and require no pruning.

5.00 out of 5

Anne peters

(03-08-2013)

5

A nice, easy to grow houseplant. It doesn't mind low light, but a little shade is ok too. It doesn't get any bigger or bigger, and when it drops all the buds and leaves, it stays small. It has very pretty pink flowers, and makes a lovely colour combination in a hanging basket or on a kitchen window sill.

Plants which are small enough to fit in a 15cm container, are not fussy about light levels and require no pruning.

4.75 out of 5

Steve

(11-09-2015)

5

My favourite kind of plant as they are easy to grow and love to see. You'll see them growing by the hedgerows, though usually with grey leaves.

Plants which are small enough to fit in a 15cm container, are not fussy about light levels and require no pruning.

5.00 out of 5

Johnny

(08-11-2015)

5

Fast growing - the flowers come out once a year - the plants are fairly easy to grow and care for.

Plants which are small enough to fit in a 15cm container, are not fussy about light levels and require