The Cape primrose (Streptocarpus sp.) belongs to Gesneriaceae (the African violet family). They are evergreen perennial herbs that are native to southeastern Africa. There are various types, and they are roughly classified into stalkless and stalked species. Stemless varieties have one to several long leaves in a rosette shape, and stalked varieties have a standing shape. The flowers are tubular and have five split tips, and are diverse in red, pink, purple, blue, and white. It prefers half-shade and it blooms well indoors. The top and the 2nd of the photo are stalked "cv. Concord Blue".