Two African Violet Plants - Assorted Colors IN BLOOM - 4" Pots By Jm bamboo

Price: $17.99


Features:
  • Provide bright, indirect light, Keep evenly moist, not wet or dry
  • The variety and color sent will vary with the season. One Novelty African Violet, growers choice
  • The world's best blooming house plant


Optimara African Violet Variety Pack (4 Assorted Plants) (4" Pots)

Price: $23.95


Features:
  • Optimara Varieties
  • WINTER NOTICE: Please Refrain From Ordering Into Temperatures Below 40 Degrees
  • Hand Picked To Ensure Highest Quality


Espoma AV4,  Organic African Violet Potting Mix, 4-Quart

Espoma AV4, Organic African Violet Potting Mix, 4-Quart

Price: $11.38


Features:
  • All natural potting mix
  • For African violets and other houseplants
  • Helps retain moisture


Natural Elements Log Planter (Trunk) – Realistic Woodland-Themed with Intricate Weathered bark Detail + Fiber Soil + Moss Mulch. Grow Small Succulents, Cactus, African Violets. Striking in Any Décor.

Price: $14.99


Features:
  • VERSATILE- Use it as a planter pot for your windowsill, desktop, coffee table, fairy garden, terrarium, kitchen, bathroom, bedroom, living room, balcony. Or use it to hold objects like keys, coins, office supplies. Best of all, it makes a great gift!
  • DURABLE - Made of a proprietary mix of cement / plaster so it will never warp, rot or become damaged by insects. Best used indoors as weather will fade the intricate paint finish.
  • ***CHECK OUT OUR STORE! - Click on the blue Window Garden link at top of page*** AUTHENTIC LOOK - Realistic bark nooks and crannies, color and shape. Nature-inspired work-of-art fallen tree log planter. Bring the outside in. Add the beauty, harmony and Zen of feng shui to your surroundings.


Self Watering Mini 3.5" Planter Pots (3 Pack PURPLE) Grow a Indoor Window Sill Garden. Perfect for Potting Smaller House Plants, Herbs, African Violets, Succulents, Flowers or Start Seedlings.

Price: $12.99


Features:
  • PLANTS LOVE IT! - The Aquaphoric planter pot supplies constant water and plenty of root zone oxygen, which means lush growth, greater yields, and more flowers.
  • LESS WATERING - Watering is reduced to weeks instead of days. Now you can go on vacation and come back home to vibrant, alive plants.
  • EASY & ELEGANT - Grow a lush indoor garden, no green thumb needed. Sleek lines and vibrant fun colors are sure to compliment any décor. Makes a great gift too!

Repotting African Violets // Garden Answer

Links: African Violet Plant Food - https://goo.gl/1sVkyY African Violet Soil - https://goo.gl/0rnniQ Video on 6 Tips for African Violet Success - https://youtu.be/A27ypq3DPq8 This video was...

African violets on display - Ocala

OCALA - The Ocala African Violet club's annual show runs from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. today at the Southeastern Livestock Pavilion, 2232 NE Jacksonville Road, Ocala.

Hundreds of sizes and types of African violets, leaves and supplies will be for sale. There will be educational displays and demonstrations, experts to answer questions, a yard sale table of new and gently used...

Directory

  1. The African Violet Society of America (AVSA) welcomes you! AVSA is the connecting place for people around the globe whose common interest is one amazing plant - the African violet.
  2. Saintpaulias, commonly known as African violets, are a genus of 6–20 species of herbaceous perennial flowering plants in the family Gesneriaceae, native to Tanzania and adjacent southeastern Kenya in eastern tropical Africa.Typically the African violet is a common household indoor plant but can also be an outdoor plant. Several of the species and subspecies are endangered, and many more are ...
  3. AVSA's purpose is to educate our members and the public on the care, propagation and hybridization of African violets.
  4. The most popular blooming plant in the world is the African Violet (SAINTAPAULIA). And for good reason, they bloom continuously, twelve months a year.
  5. Pet poison information about African Violet/Cape Marigold. If you think that your animal is ill or may have ingested a poisonous substance, contact your local veterinarian or our 24-hour emergency poison hotline directly at 1-888-426-4435.
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Photo by Fuad Al Ansari on Flickr

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Two African Violets blooming in a Fitz & Floyd ceramic dish. They call it an oval vegetable - I call it a planter. Mar. 2013.
Photo by M.P.N.texan on Flickr