This is the third message that I have written tonight, but I have been struggling with gesneriads for two years now - ordered this lovely plant from Logee's two years ago, with the suggestion that it would bloom constantly, not go dormant, and do well in a west window - gave it a west window, it did not bloom. It did not go dormant. Took it to work and put it under lights, and I mean right under lights, because someone suggested that it was the amount of light that mattered - It grew, and grew, and grew - produced little things on the soil which turned into more branches - brought it home and put it in the window, and it blew up - put it on the screen porch and it has continued to produce huge leaves and branches, with nary a flower. It had an occasional flower last summer. I hesitate to repot it, because it appears to be quite happy growing leaves. I water it occasionally, and have fed it once or twice - it's a monster . It sits there looking at me saying, "Yea, you want flowers, don't you? Ha ha." Will the warm weather induce it to flower? Perhaps it doesn't need to flower - it is obviously quite happy and secure as it is. Maybe a baseball bat?