African violets are very easily propagated from leaves. Follow these informative entries to prove how even inexperienced growers can quickly produce additional plants and expand their collection.

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Why Ebay is the devil

Selling Hiatus - Explaining Our Absence: In case you've been wondering... Ebay policies and scammy buyers made us step back I’ve been absent for a while. I was languishing under a bad case of the “I don’t want to deal with it anymore”-itis from an [...]

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Wicking Trays for African Violets

Wicking Trays: Somebody always comes up with a better mousetrap! Somebody always comes up with a better mousetrap! I’ve been trying to come up with an effective wicking method to water my African violets FOREVER! I’d done the single plant per little container where [...]

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African Violet Leaf Types

African Violet Leaf Types: Basic but worth learning! African Violets vary on so many levels. Aside from the types and colors of flowers or size of the plant itself, African Violet leaves can be what helps to differentiate or distinguish one type of seemingly [...]

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African Violet Sport

African Violet Sports: An interesting genetic variation An African Violet Sport is an African violet that does not bloom true. No, I’m not talking about a new game where a ball is kicked around in the AVL (African violet league)…this is about when [...]