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We hybridize and grow all the plants we sell–we don’t buy from other growers and resell. This means we know what each plant likes to grow best from personal experience. We also collect the best and most unusual hybrids from other growers, then propagate them for sale, as well as collect and grow many rare species not previously grown in cultivation. We rarely travel or attend a show and come...
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Welcome to our African violet website! We are pleased to present to you our newest introductions for 2018. As always, we have included many of our favorite older varieties of African violets, as well as varieties from other hybridizers too! We offer many types of gesneriads, as well as several other choice, exotic and unusual "companion plants" and a small selection of terrarium plants. You can...
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AVSA's purpose is to educate our members and the public on the care, propagation and hybridization of African violets. Now available in the AVSA Store is the convention DVD or flash drive containing photos, interviews and new introductions from the 2017 Orlando Convention. Make sure you pick one...
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A total online African Violet plant resource. Full selection of EverFloris, Optimara Violets, Miniature African Violets along with a complete line of Fertilizers and accessories. African Violets are one of America's favorite flowering houseplant. Choose from the amazing EverFloris variety with...
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Dave's Violets and Other Gesneriads : - African Violets Sinningia Heaven Other Gesneriads Special Offers New Arrivals Gift Certificates african violets, gesneriads, ozark, sinningias. " to 2½" pots. Be sure visit Sinningia Heaven, where you will find a very large selection of Sinningias of all...
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Welcome to MyViolet.com, the Internet's best resource for all things African Violet. Join our community and meet other African Violet fans and learn more about keeping your African Violet healthy and beautiful. Use our retailer database to find fresh Optimara violets in your local area. Such as Lowe's, Home-Depot, K-Mart, True Value, Harris-Teeter, Safeway, Kroger, Armstrong, Whole Foods, Price...
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Violet. We make these African violet pots from scratch and they're your African. Violet's best friend. We glaze our African violet pots with clear glaze, and. Your African violets should thrive and bloom!! Our two-part ceramic African. You can choose to have no design. These African violet pots still have. 6 1/2 inches across, 3 3/4 inches tall. Insert is 5 1/2 inches across. Miniature African...
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Are you looking for a local African violet show? See our Events page. Looking at the navigation bar above these words you will find links to several groups of pages. The About Us group of pages will tell you a great deal about our Society and what we do. The About Violets group of pages will tell you about many aspects of growing this plant whether for pleasure or for show or both. Then we have...
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Kei Yoki Hybridized By: Horikoshi/Shinohara AVSA Registered: 7810 10/03/1992 Blossom: Semidouble-double white and blue frilled star/variable green edge. Foliage:Medium green, quilted, glossy, wavy/red back. Plant Size: Large Grown by: Douglas “the Grandpubbah” Brull. A Collection of Rob’s Hybrids Hybridized By: R. Robinson AVSA Registered: various Blossom: A mixture of single, semi / double,...
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African violets are gentle and sometimes demanding plants to grow. If you give them what they want, you will enjoy these beautiful flowers all year long and caring for them will be joy ... African violets are one of the most popular indoor blooming plants. They come in various sizes, leaves shapes and flower colors and with careful selection of proper pots and growing medium, African violets...
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This page is a source for hand crafted self watering ceramic pots for African violets and other moisture loving plants. African Violets and other tropical plants prefer to live in a moist environment. Picture the jungles of Tanzania and Kenya where they grow wild under the protective canopy of giant trees. The moisture levels are constant, and the natural light is filtered by the towering...
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Tampa African Violet Society. Our annual flower show and sale is one of the top African Violet events in the country. We hold two meetings per month and sponsor official shows and plant sales. Welcome to the home of the Tampa African Violet Society (TAVS). We are dedicated to sharing our enthusiasm for the propagation, cultivation and showing of the African Violet. TAVS is a very active...
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JoS Violets specializes in African Violets. Sales and instruction available. Located in Texas, we ship nationwide. My lists of violets include older and newer varieties. Visitors may call for an appointment as I do not keep regular hours. If you call and I am not available, leave a message I will return your call to answer questions, trouble shoot problems and/or talk about violets. You can...
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African Violet Society of South Australia promoting members and others in the education and cultivation of african violets and other Gesneriads. Meeting monthly with sales of specialist growing aids and advice from experienced friendly growers. There is no obligation to attend meetings, however, the demonstrations and discussions with very experienced growers is valuable and worthwhile. To...
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The Lone Star African Violet Council (LSAVC) is an association of individuals with an interest in African Violets. LSAVC was founded in 1975 and is a resource for African Violet enthusiasts across the state of Texas. Members of LSAVC, including local African Violet Societies and individuals, are interested in sharing information about the culture of African Violets and other gesneriads. LSAVC...
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At this point I lost 60%+ of my collection and a couple of plants that I had for nearly 30 years. There is a point when one starts to seriously think bout walking away. I have been growing African violets for 30+ years and frankly was totally discouraged. Now that said I decided all was lost why not research the issue and see what if any can yet salvaged something and maybe some thing positive...
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A beautiful array of images of African violets and Gesneriads with interesting articles on how to maintain them and the passion that we share. Hi Everyone, low overnight temperatures are persisting in Perth and your African violets may be looking for a blanket of warmth at night. When indoors they like a temperature of around 15 degrees Celsius in the room(s) will keep them comfortable and...
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