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Where can I buy named African violet plants and leaves? -
Where can I buy named African violet plants and leaves? - Blogs Garden Voices Blog Directory Forums Garden Forums Home Forums Nature Forums Photo ... Events Calendar Hortiplex Glossary Zone Finder Garden Bazaar GardenWeb Store Where can I buy named African violet plants and leaves? Sorry, we canít put links in the FAQ. However, here are the ...
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African Violets FAQ Page
... ? What to do when your African violet gets a long stem or neck Where can I buy named African violet plants and leaves? Basic care of African violets Why your African violet isnít blooming Whatís a ... white powder all over my violet (powdery mildew)? Common pests (Mites, mealy bugs, thrips) What's wrong with the roots (Root Rot)? How can I propagate an African violet by leaf cutting? If ...
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Why your African violet isnít blooming -
... Finder Garden Bazaar GardenWeb Store Why your African violet isnít blooming Under the right conditions, many varieties of African violets will bloom year round. If your violet hasnít bloomed in a while ... there is more than one African violet in the pot, it probably has suckers (baby plants growing off the mother). Removing the suckers will help the mother plant bloom. African violets bloom best when ...
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What are standards, minis, semi-minis and trailers? - African Violets
... ? These are different types of African violets. The most common type of African violet is called a standard. It will normally be about 12 inches across, although show plants are often much larger. Minis and semi-minis are the same as standard violets, but they never get as large. Trailers are African violets with multiple crowns. These are not plants ...
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What's this white powder all over my violet (powdery mildew)? - African Violets
... Glossary Zone Finder Garden Bazaar GardenWeb Store What's this white powder all over my violet (powdery mildew)? Powdery mildew looks like a fine white powder on the leaves and flowers ... plants because the Lysol is very cold when it comes out of the can. Youíll probably need to spray repeatedly. Entered by BuffaloViolets † † † † African Violets FAQ Page GardenWeb Home Page | Forums | African ...
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Common pests (Mites, mealy bugs, thrips) -
... , mealy bugs, thrips) MITES: Mites are the most dreaded of the African violet pests because of the damage they cause and the difficulty (and ... cause similar symptoms. To kill the mites, you must treat the plants with a miticide such as Avid, Pylon or Kelthane (Dicofol). Cape ... but will not kill them. Some growers choose to throw out plants with mites rather than to treat because of the difficulty and ...
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How can I propagate an African violet by leaf cutting? -
... GardenWeb Store How can I propagate an African violet by leaf cutting? 1. Choose a healthy leaf from the second or third row of your African violet plant.. 2. Cut stem at 45 degree ... into individual pots. Place plastic on these for about a week. Then treat as mature plants. Entered by GardenWeb_Staff † † † † FAQ Page GardenWeb Home Page | Forums | Forum Join | Garden Forums | Home Forums ...
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