African violet \ Saintpaulia 'Mac's Just Jeff'

Menekşe (Afrika menekşesi)

Saintpaulia 'Mac's Just Jeff' **** We are so fortunate to have George McDonald, the hybridizer of this gorgeous african violetet, in our club!

Saintpaulia 'Rob's Lucky Penny'

Big Sale 20 Pcs/lot Variety Of Colors Violet Seeds Garden Plants Violet Flowers Perennial Herb Matthiola Incana Seed Flor Bonsai

SK First Love. Left fluorescent and right is LED. Grown and photographed by Linn Boa. - WANT!

SK First Love. Left fluorescent and right is LED. Grown and photographed by Linn Boa.

African Violet live plantSANTIPAULIA GROTEI by Shantiyarnandknits, $3.00

African Violet live plant Saintpaulia Grotei by Shantiyarnandknits


комнатные растения и уход за ними

Размножение фиалки: укоренение листа фиалки

Узелок на память

Размножение фиалки: укоренение листа фиалки

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wick pots for mini african violets - jelly jars with metal condiment cups

Mini african violet wicking solution: Ball canning 4 oz. jelly jars with the lid that comes in 2 pieces, oz. stainless condiment cups fit perfectly in the canning lids when the center plate is taken out // Gardenweb

mac's o'scarlett o'hara african - Google keresés

Mac's O'Scarlet O'Hara [Mac's O'Scarlet O'Hara (McDonald) Single to semidouble scarlett red pansy, variegated medium green and white Semiminiature.

SAFE FOR CATS: African violet, saintpaulia

Picture of Potted African Violet (Saintpaulia ionantha) isolated on white. stock photo, images and stock photography.

propagating african violets

Planting African violet leaves in potting soil, soilless mix or inorganic media such as perlite or vermiculite will produce new plants in a few weeks.