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Calceolaria, sometimes called the "Pocket Book Plant", produces balloon like flowers. Most plants are grown from seed. Plants should be kept in bright light, but out of direct sun. Temperatures should be no warmer than 65 degrees F. during the day and 50 degrees F. at night. Avoid allowing the soil to dry as plants wilt easily.

Most plants are treated as annuals and are best discarded after blooming.


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