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Saintpaulia goetzeana · Saintpaulia inconspicua · Saintpaulia ionantha · Saintpaulia pusilla · Saintpaulia shumensis · Saintpaulia teitensis ...

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Culture. The soil for growing African violets must be porous to allow surplus water to pass through readily. Most violets are now grown in pasteurized soilless ...

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Dec 9, 2016 ... An introduction to growing African violets. Tips on how to water, feed, and keep them healthy and beautiful.

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The African violet is one of the most popular flowering house plants from the saintpaulia genus. The genus has about 20 species and thousands of varieties.

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The African Violet sometimes called Saintpaulia, is a simple compact houseplant that has many fans. It's easy to get the flowers to re bloom and this is how you ...

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Find out all you need to about caring for Wisteria. Read advice from RHS to find out everything from growing your own plants, fruit & veg to winter pruning.

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Saintpaulia Species. The original "wild" African violets. These are the species that can be found growing in their native habitat in Africa, and from which all of our ...

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Aug 15, 2017 ... Botanical Name: Saintpaulia hybrids. Dependable bloomers, African violet plants top any list of favorite flowering house plants. african violet ...

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Saintpaulia is a member of the Gesneriaceae family and contains approx. 6 members, native to Africa (e. g. Kenya, Tanzania). Because of their similarity with the ...