So, someone just asked me in PM whether it is possible to have a pulling mature enough for a giveaway within a year. Yes, it is. I got the youngest of these pings in August last year:
Looking for pings for a growing collection (i was bold enough to bluntly ask for some )
Here is how my Aphrodite looked in September growing in crappy perlite soil:
and then later I got more plants from Mass.
The plants in the giveaway were grown from pullings that I started in November last year.
The leaf was pulled and placed on milled lfs:sand media and by December they were this:
The long purpleish leave in the middle-left is P. 'Aphrodite'.
And 8 days later:
To propagate the P. primuliflora you don't even have to take a pulling. Keep the soil wet and they will start propagating themselves. The small plants will start growing in the middle of the leaves. And both primuliflora that I'm sending are both flowering/mature size.
So yes. It is not only possible but quite easy. I assume that upon receipt the winner will let the plant acclimatize and grow for half a year or so and then will start a new colony.