Miniature Campanulas- Bright Light, evenly moist soil and prune down after blooms are spent to about an inch from the soil and after a short time they will regrow new leaves and bloom.
Reiger Begonia-Requires shorter day light, they bloom indoors mostly in the winter season. Also prefers slightly cooler temperatures, let soil dry slightly between watering. Once the blooms are gone prune this plant down to about 2 inches from the soil, and place them in a medium lighting area and shorten the amount of light to about 6 hours to trigger blooms.
Kalanchoe-Pumila Succulent-not to much water, needs shorter day light to trigger blooms.
Gardenias-Are very fussy, not to much water, evenly moist soil Peat moss mix with soiless soil or seed starter soil, charcoal chips and perlite. Gardenias likes humidity trays, do not spray them with water indoors or out they will develope mildew leaves. The Gardenias need acidic fertiziler as well as blooming plant food. Bright light, they won’t bloom if temperatures are too warm at night. Do not place Gardenias in the direct sun outdoors during the summer months.
Miniature Roses- Must be repotted as soon as you bring one home from the store, they require a pot that is 3 sizes larger than they’re root ball. If you purchase a Miniature Rose that is in a 4″ pot, repot it into a 7″ pot. Use a seed starter soil, peat moss, and perlite mixture. Miniature Roses needs their soil to be very wet but not soggy and prefers a humidity tray, do not spray Roses with water for they will produce mildew on their leaves. Do not feed Miniature Roses with Blooming Plants food, they require Rose Food. And bright light.
Cape Primrose – see Gesneriads page for more info on this plant
Gerbera Daisies- Bright Light, and evenly moist soil
Oxalis “Fire Fern” Do not overwater this plant, for they are bulbs and very susptable to root rot. Bright Light.
Rex Begonias- Let soil dry slightly between watering Rex Begonias are known for their beautiful foliage rather than their blooms. Bright light indoors. Outdoors -Semi shade, careful not to overwater this plant they prefer drier soil during winter season.
Winter Jasmines- Needs bright light, keep soil evenly moist and cooler night temperatures to stimulate blooming.
Mandevilla Vine- Summer Blooming Vine, During winter time indoors they will be dormant. Let Soil dry between watering and medium to bright light indoors. Outdoors -Morning sun, afternoon shade.
Tasmanian Violet- see gesneriads page for more info
Chirita- same care as the Cape Primrose -see gesneriads page
Anthrium- Bright Indirect light, keep soil evenly moist.
Dessert Rose- Not too much water, this is a succulent and bright light. Feed them fish emulsions during the growing season about once a month.
Citrus- Dwarf Citrus requires bright light, keep soil evenly moist and they require an acidic fertilizer.
Diamond Frost Euphorbia, keep on the drier side during winter season indoors. They do tend to shed indoors a bit but that’s natural for this plant.
Crown of Thorns is in the euphorbia family but they are also considered a succulent. Keep soil a little moist but not to often, bright light.