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         African Violets:     more books (101)
  1. The Purple Violet of Oshaantu (African Writers Series) by Neshani Andreas, 2001-10-30
  2. The new complete book of African violets by Helen Van Pelt Wilson, 1963
  3. How to grow African violets (A Sunset book) by Sunset Books (edit.), 1978
  4. Our African violet heritage: A thirty year romance with African violets by Anne Tinari, 1975
  5. Growing to Show, How to Grow Prize Winning African Violets - 1987 publication by Pauln Bartholomw, 1987
  6. African Violets *Leaflet 1 *Counted Cross Stitch) by Lilija Allison (Designs), 1982
  7. African Violet and Gesneriad Questions Answered by 20 Experts
  8. African Violet Magazine Vol 8 No 4 June 1955
  9. African violets (Circular / University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, College of Agriculture, Cooperative Extension Service) by John R Culbert, 1966
  10. How to grow African violets: Effective and easy methods for novice and experienced growers by Ronn Nadeau, 1984
  11. GSN Gesneriad Saintpaulia News [ Vol. 25 No. 1, Jan/Feb 1988 ] African Violets and Other Gesneriads (Cover: Magnolia, Vol. 25 No. 1) by GSN, 1988
  12. African Violets by Helen Van Pelt Wilson, 1951-01-01
  13. African violet the perfect houseplant.: An article from: Prairie Garden by Bonnie Batchelor, 2006-01-01
  14. African Violets, Gloxinias

61. Gardeners Supply Plant Care & Gardening Advice/Tips/Secrets @ HortChat.comВ® » A
Gardeners Supply Plant Care Gardening Advice/Tips/Secrets @ Plant Care Gardening Tips for Expert to the Novice, all welcomed even FTD florists ;) community

62. African Violet, Saintpaulia
African Violet, Saintpaulia, the best site on the Internet with thousands of original digital photos, the best site on the Internet for tropical plants, sub tropical plants

Hobby grower lists African miniviolets and other gesneriads she has grown over the years, with photos and care tips.

64. Welcome To Tinari Greenhouses - Huntingdon Valley, PA
Growing Impatiens. From the time they were discovered in East Africa, impatients have become one of the largest selling
Welcome to Tinari Greenhouses, Inc. Web Site Growing Impatiens From the time they were discovered in East Africa, impatients have become one of the largest selling annual bedding plant. After 40 years of breeding, Impatients have come a long way with new varieties introducing a rainbow of colors (except blue), single and double flowers and assorted heights. A favorite shade plant, it provides a non-stop floriferous splash of color to any low light area all season long until a killing frost will finally put it to rest. Impatiens are one of the easier plants to grow. Given the right conditions, they will provide mounds of brightly colored flowers 1-2 ft. tall from spring to fall. They are great in borders, containers, window boxes and hanging baskets. Care: Primarily considered a shade/ semi-shade plant, newer varieties (Viva) also tolerate sun. Because it is a heat-loving, tropical plant, it should be planted after all danger of frost has passed or when the soil temperature is 60F. Plant 6" to 12"yea apart in well-drained, rich organic soil in shade/semi-shade. In the North plant them in full sun and in the Southern states in morning sun. In either climate, Impatients need protection from the hot afternoon sun.

65. African Violet Photos Images Archive African Violets Saintpaulia
Collection of photos of named varieties, presented alphabetically and by color. Source attribution and link provided with each photo.
African Violet Photo Archive
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Greens Lavenders Pinks ... Miscs
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66. - African Violets Questions Including "What Do African Violet Seeds
African Violets Questions including What do African violet seeds look like and Biologists that study African violets

67. The Saintpaulia Webring
Hub for a webring interconnecting websites and pages devoted to African violets, including both commercial and hobby sites.

68. How To Propagate The African Violet
African violet is an easy house plant to propogate. Propagate by removing mature leaves from the mother plant as leaf stem cuttings.
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"Roses grow best on heavy clay soils with lots of organic matter helping to keep the surface roots moist and wet!" Container Gardens Propagation Looking After African Violets Propagating african violets by leaf stem cuttings. African violets are one of the easiest house plants to propagate. They are best propagated by removing mature leaves from the mother plant in the form of leaf stem cuttings. (see photo left ) To take the cuttings follow the stages listed below :-
1. Water the mother plant and leave for 30 minutes, to make sure the plant is not water stressed when the cuttings are taken. 2. Remove the leaves to form the basic cutting as shown in the photo. Select mature leaves which tend to be on the outer edge of the mother plant. Try to take the cutting so it has the maximum stem length. Cutting compost needs to be well drained but at the same time needs to hold moisture to encourage rooting. At we normally mix 50% peat potting compost with 50% vermiculate to create the rooting compost. 3. Insert several leaves into a 3 to 4 inch pot.

69. The Violet Voice Group - Group
Online African violet club with projects, messageboards, photo galleries, and articles with cultural information.

70. Als Garden Center :: African Violets
These blooming beauties show their rich colors indoors, under conditions found in most homes.

71. Oakville African Violet Society
Group in Ontario, Canada. Information on membership, schedule of events, and plant show.

72. Dixie African Violet Society
Society for members in the Southern United States. Information about membership, conventions and events, and news articles with tips and tricks.
Dixie African Violet Society This is the official WEB site of the Dixie African Violet Society (DAVS), a nonprofit organization, founded in 1956 to afford an association of persons with similar interest in African violets within an area not too vast for occasional meeting - - JOIN US! There are thirteen states included in DAVS: Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, and Virginia. Groups primarily concerned with growing and showing African violets in these states can become affiliate members of DAVS; however, individual membership is open to all persons world wide. Our Bylaws and Standing Rules are current. Check our list of former DAVS Presidents . For new growers of African violets and other gesneriads, we suggest you review our growing instructions representing the best procedures used by our members. DAVS Convention and Show to be held March 30 to April 2, 2011

73. AFRICAN VIOLETS: Bass Valley African Violet Group - African Violets-Bass Valley
We specialise in growing african violets using the wick watering method and have enjoyed success beyond all expectations.We will teach you how to grow and care for these

74. African Violet Society Of Canada - Home
National organization, sponsors annual convention and show every spring. FAQ, photo gallery, brief history. Publishes a quarterly magazine called Chatter.
W elcome Our 2010 Convention & Show "Canadian Gold" will be held in Toronto April 29 - May 2, 2010. We are very excited about this occasion which will mark the 50th anniversary of the African Violet Society of Canada. We urge members to attend if possible and we welcome the public to attend our plant show which will happen at the same time as Convention events. Click on Convention 2010 for full information. Welcome to the website of the African Violet Society of Canada. This site is all about our favourite plant, the African violet or Saintpaulia as it is known botanically. It is also about us, the African Violet Society of Canada, our country's national association for growers, exhibitors and lovers of African violets. To learn more about AVSC, click on the About Us link. If you are interested in becoming a member, try the Join AVSC link. Benefits of membership include a subscription to Chatter Magazine and the right to attend and to exhibit plants at our annual national convention and show. To find more about Chatter Magazine , just click the appropriate links. To learn more about what our national conventions and shows are like click on the links for the most recent ones

75. The Effects Of Using Hard Water To Grow African Violets
Discussion of the effects of using hard water from the tap to care for your African Violets, Saintpaulia
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Effects of Using Hard Water to Grow African Violets
Greg wrote: hello my name is greg and I would like to know the effects of growing plants (violets). with hard and soft water. I need to know with works better, and so forth. Thanx Greg
Hi Greg, Violets do need many of the minerals found in hard water, however, the chlorine used in public water systems can be deadly to many houseplants. I strongly recommend that you fill your watering container, and let it sit for a minimum of 24 hours. The chlorine will have dissipated by then, making it somewhat more safe for your plants. I keep several gallon milk bottles filled for watering, and use them as needed. The water will be room temperature, which is much less of a shock to the plant. It is wise to bottom water all house plants, but particularly African violets . Watering from the top can cause crown rot in violets, which is fatal. Never leave your plants sitting in water for more than a couple hours though. This can also be fatal African violets like a great deal of humidity, but not wet leaves and stems.

76. First Austin African Violet Society
Texas club offers meeting information, photos from shows, and a featured violet.

77. African Violet Society Of Queensland
Australian group that meets in Brisbane. History of the society, FAQs, information about membership, and links to other resources.
African Violet Society of Queensland (Inc.)
Annual Show
Sunday 17th October 2010 10am to 4pm
Entry $3 Held at the Auditorium at the Mt Coot-tha Botanical Gardens, Toowong, Brisbane
Fantastic plants to see and buy, potting mix, pots and craft items also available. Mark these dates in your diary now.
Meetings are held on the second Monday
of each month January to November including public holidays
Meetings held at the Brisbane Botanic Gardens Mt Coot-tha in the Auditorium, starting at 9am with plant and supply sales and competition table. Entry to meetings is $2 per member (visitors free) and a raffle is held each meeting. A cup of tea or coffee is available at 9.30 and our beginners demo is also at this time with the general meeting starting at 10am with an interesting talk on growing African Violets or other Gesneriads at this time. Meetings finish around 11.30am. Visitors are always welcome but we do ask you to join after attending 2 meetings as a visitor.
Violets in water Display

78. Page Title
Canada. Non-profit society sharing information and growing techniques on Gesneriads. Meeting times and photos.
TO THE OTTAWA AFRICAN VIOLET SOCIETY WEB SITE The Ottawa African Violet Society meetings are held on the first Sunday of each month between September and April at the McNabb Community Centre,
on growing and showing Streptocarpus.
They will be bringing a large collection for sale.
Last updated on: 5/10/2010
Ottawa African Violet Society

79. Central Coast African Violet Club
Details about an Australian enthusiasts club, with photographs and information on cultivation. Also covers related gesneriads.

80. Цветы и комнатные растения
Grower of gesneriads and succulents in Belarus offers personal articles and photo galleries of African violets, streptocarpus, and adeniums. Site in Russian/English/French.
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