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    Is it normal for P. primuliflora to be blooming this time of year? Mine has one flower and another on the way.



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    Mine bloom off and on all the time. More on than off.
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    Is there something that induces it, like slow increase of photoperiod from winter?

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    I don't know but mine did that in the middle of summer.

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    Does primuliflora NEED a dormancy? i would like to get one just because its so easy(unlike mexican pings[for me]) and gets fairly big.
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    No, I don't think it needs a dormancy, maybe shorter photoperiod though. Is 3 inches fairly large?

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    for me yes. i mean my D. capensis is only about 4 in across and i think it is big.
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