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Articles include: Does your African violet have too many heads? Winter time can be the best time, An African violet wall hanging, African Violet Society of America cartoon.
Articles include: Kent Stork, Passion for purple, Recovering from a plant accident, Carolina Elegant Affair.
Articles include: Magic fertilisers, Leaching, Lack of growth in a terrarium, Further to instability in African violets, Variegation disappearing in hot weather
Potting mix quandry (conclusion), Variegation, African violet jewels, AVAA Annual Show, African violet rules
Secret Love, Pink, Potting mix quandry, Summer violets-winter violets, Definition of terms, Old friends- older violets.
It's Shocking (shock marks), Is this fertiliser burn, An African violet should be repotted regularly
African violets are for pleasure, The long road back, Variegation, Friendship plants.
A little bit extra humidity, African violet resources, Heinz's Seduction, Wicks, Propagating from flower stem, Rob's Slap Happy
Christmas bargain, Dish Garden, Hospital musings, If they are supposed to have only one crown why do I keep getting suckers, Does size really matter?
Hug your african violets, Propagating from a broken leaf, Let's think about pistils and stamens, Fisherman's Paradise, African violet display.
Is there a proper way to grow African violets? When do I start taking leaves off? Dirt on African violet leaves, Propagating from flower stems, A love affair with miniatures
What do you do when your plant just doesn't grow, African Violet Shows, Just reminiscing, Back from the dead.
TLC & Trailing African violets, Drying out plants before potting , Where can I grow them?
The book "African Violets for Everyone" is available for purchase from this site. It is full of information and illustrations to help in growing these plants.
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