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2 out of 2 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Stayed small
What are the cons? Pale
Update: these grew well in a south facing window all last winter here in Minnesota. They are truly dwarf. The plant made 0 effort to vine, at all. The plant grew upwards maybe 4inches, when planted in compost and perlite in a mid sized terra cotta pot. They bloomed continuously through the winter, with one plant making flowers that were nearly all white with a pale blue ring around the edge of the bloom. The second plant made blooms with deeper blue, the blue being pastel and very delicate. The blooms lasted one day each before closing up for good. These are delicate flowers that one has to get up close and personal with to appreciate. They're not eye catching from afar or showy, but I appreciated them. Variegated foliage was pretty too.
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5 out of 5 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? So far so good
What are the cons? None
I am starting these indoors, to keep in a south facing window. The first few I planted didn't sprout. The next few I made sure to soak first, and voila, sprouts. I have two baby sazanami in my south facing bedroom window, already with two variegated leaves each. I will update once they are larger, to tell how they do and how big they get. I couldn't find any info on these online at all, so this is an experiment for me.