Foliage is large growing, dark green, red reverse and wavy. Horticultural Vinegar Control for Wild Violets. The medium green, standard foliage, has ivory variegation on the leaf edge. A heavily fringed green edge encompasses the flower on this semidouble to double bloomer. Named after the NYPD's Finest. Subscribe to our e-newsletter, "VioletsFun" Enormous, semidouble and double stars are dressed in rose pink, fading out to wide halos of white. You won't be able to resist large, yummy blackberry-purple semidouble, fluted and wavy stars that are spread upon plain, dark green foliage, variegated in white with occasional pink tones. False African violet(Streptocarpella)is from East Africa. This strong blooming, show quality cultivar has deep green, plain foliage. The standard growing, large foliage is dark green, with a red reverse. Large, bright fuchsia double stars, with lightly frilled, wide white edges. The green foliage is wavy, serrated, and quilted. Grow in shallow pot as ground cover or hang in a window! Growers, not salesmen. Because these are small-growing plants and have small root systems, never use a pot bigger than 2 1/2″ in diameter, even less for the smallest varieties. The quilted leaves are serrated. Light mauve semidouble pansies with a thin plum edge. View the “about” page to learn more about us. A sport of "Moonchild". The standard foliage is dark green and heavily variegated on the petal edges with beige and rose. Subscribe to our monthly newsletter, “VioletsFun”. Double, light purple pansies with darker purple on the flower edges. Clusters upon clusters of the palest shade of lavender, semidouble, pansy shaped blossoms are marked strongly in green on the petal edges, and are produced above medium green, quilted and pointed, lightly wavy show foliage, sporting a silver reverse. A geneva edge surrounds each petal. Each leaf is variegated in beige. Semidouble coral star with raspberry fantasy, band; thin white-green edge. A good bloomer! Very double, white stars, have green outlining the upper petals. The flower edge is lightly frilled. The rounded petals are outlined with a wide white edge, which is lightly frilled. A whimsical variety! Very dark purple, single stars, with a heavily fringed, green edge. Lightly ruffled single and semidouble pansies. But we might be partial to this one. This very popular, award winning, cultivar has lightly quilted, medium green foliage. This one is sure to please! There is no better way to learn than to share your experiences with a fellow grower. The flower petals are outlined, with a gorgeous, light raspberry edge that is fringed. Show quality! A thin magenta edge compliments the abundant magenta, Exciting! Awarded 2nd BEST NEW CULTIVAR, 2007 AVSA convention in Denver. Semidouble, white frilled pansy with a pink eye and edge. Occasionally green will appear on the flower tips. The standard foliage is medium green and slightly cupped, with lots of beige variegation. Light pink, semidouble and double stars. For an overview of what we grow, view the “what we grow pages”, or better, our online catalog! Each flower shows off with a frilled edge that's outlined with a flecked band of fuchsia. The foliage is medium green, serrated and quilted. The quilted and serrated foliage is dark green with beige variegation. Double, pale pink pansy. Beige variegation on the leaves, that are red backed, makes this an attractive variety, and a great bloomer! Still everyone's favorite! Standard. Very large, 2½ inch, medium pink semidouble and double stars with a fringed edge. Not your average pink with fantasy! The petals are lightly frilled. You'll treasure this variety! – in standard rosette African violets I like Colonial Port Lincoln, East Wind, Corroboree, Milang Skies, Bluey, Harbor Blue, Optimara Stockholm and Rebel’s Valiant. Variegated, dark green and white, plain foliage. Very large, single and semidouble, dark, mauve/pink stars. I got the violet which is gorgeous. Petals may at times be tinted with green depending upon growing conditions. Deep green, quilted foliage. The flowers are banded with soft pastel pink. Large, light purple pansy, splashed with dark purple and raspberry fantasy. Awarded BEST AV IN SHOW (Commercial division) 2014 AVSA Convention in Nashville. The flower edge is lightly fringed. Standard foliage. Makes you feel good! Medium pink, semidouble pansies with blue fantasy flecks. Large, dainty white, semidouble stars, lightly tinted with blue. African Violet, originally uploaded by Edward Kaye. Rose and ivory variegation add to the excitement. Crimson red, double stars, with a showy geneva edge. Each flower boasts a pretty green edge on the flower petals. So delicate - Miniature African Violet has a special place in your collection. The smallest of them might be less than 2 or 3″ from leaf tip to leaf tip! This means we know what each plant likes to grow best from personal experience. Yummy! Much information about their care and environment can be found throughout these pages. Our “plant care” pages contain much useful information, including “how to” lessons, and a FAQ (frequently asked questions) library. The velvety, dark blue, deeply ruffled, semidouble pansy shaped flowers are a lovely accent to ruffled foliage of dark green with variegation in shades of white, cream and pink. Single and semidouble stars of medium blue, with lavender hues radiating out from the center of the bloom. Occasionally blue fantasy is on the flower face. When the wind blows just right, you can probably hear the faint country twanging of the Grand Ole Opry. The best ever! Pale yellow, double stars, with lots of darker yellow in the center. A great bloomer with flowers standing tall over dark green, red reverse foliage. The dark, blackish green, lightly ruffled foliage creates an eye-catching combination. Mosaic variegation with medium green, pointed, and serrated foliage. Dark green foliage, plain, with red backing. The dark green foliage is serrated, quilted and has a red reverse. This plant tends to be a good bloomer. This variety is very hard to propagate, so supply is very limited. We specialize in African violets and their relatives (gesneriads), and other plants suitable for the indoor home environment. Standard. A sport of "Wedding Tears". Very light, maroon/red, semidouble pansies, display a darker veining of the same color throughout the face of the blossom, adding to it's appeal. The edge sometimes starts as white when its just beginning to open. The serrated foliage is dark green, and is drenched with yummy pink and light tan variegation. I could go on. We hybridize many of our own plants–are famous for our ‘Rob’s’ and ‘Ma’s’ series of African violets, and our ‘Bristol’s’ series of gesneriads (African violet relatives). A blanket of soft coral, semidouble, fluted and wavy stars, drenched with an overlay of reddish coral hues surrounded by a halo of plain, medium green foliage. One of the best reds still available today. Large pink single and semidouble, pansy shaped blossoms have heavily fringed edges. An excellent bloomer! Light pink double stars stand up over the foliage. Though their geography is tropical, most species reside in the mountains, at altitude, and under the cover of other plants. Large, plum colored, semidouble stars, with a lightly fringed edge. Blue fantasy flecks are splashed acrossed the flower face. Foliage is dark green, red backed and quilted with beige variegation. Raspberry fantasy flecks playfully decorate the flower face, and occasionally, blue streaks also join in. However, shop is closed to visitors for the safety of our employees due to Covid-19. Heavily variegated, large growing foliage helps to showoff the large double mulberry stars on this variety. The flower edge is frilled. It’s like a cluster of clouds in full bloom. Large, single, creamy light pink stars, shimmer and boast darker pink edges, that are also outlined with dark pink flecks. WOW! You surely will not believe the size and beauty of this flower, until you see it! Not harmful to frogs and reptiles. Dark green foliage is quilted and serrated. Medium pink, double and semidouble stars artistically painted with dark blue fantasy specks and streaks. Join a society–we are longtime members for many plant societies and interest groups. Double, soft pink pansies with coral coloring in the flower center. The petal edges are delicately fringed with a very thin raspberry edge. Most are of a manageable size (can be grown on a windowsill or light stand), and many will bloom readily in the home. Flowers stand proudly above the large growing, medium green, tailored foliage. The dark green, slightly cupped foliage is heavily variegated with beige. The foliage is slightly wavy, dark green and shapes easily for show. Very dark, semidouble, coral/red stars with fuchsia fantasy flecks, mostly on the flower edges. Double dark blue star with white frilled edge. Standard. Blue, Pretty! African violets should be repotted about twice a year, or every 5-6 months. Variegated dark green, cream and pink, plain, heart-shaped. Images outlined in red — click on image for larger photo. Something everyone needs at one time or another. The serrated and quilted leaves shape nicely. In the area and want to save on shipping? A good bloomer, with medium green, standard quilted foliage. The foliage is standard growing. 100's of collectible varieties. Good blooming with flowers standing tall above the medium green standard foliage. Pale white, star shaped rosette flowers, covered with a green overlay and edge. A slight red blush glows in the flower's eye. Large, single and semidouble, vivid red stars, with darker veining throughout when it's fully opened. Variegated dark green, pink and white, heart-shaped, quilted. East Wind. Almost always in flower, it makes a beautiful bouquet. (White color varies, and is more predominant with cool temperatures.) You'll definitely want this one for your collection and for show. Very large, double stars of medium purple, with a thin white outline on very frilled edges. Both miniature and standard chimera African violets are available. From time to time, blue fantasy specks appear on the flower. Large. Medium pink mottling decorates each petal. Nedra Matteucci Galleries is pleased to announce Wilson Hurley: The Richness of Reality, our third exhibition of Wilson Hurley (1924-2008), one of America’s foremost landscape painters.The show opens on June 27, and the paintings will remain on display through the summer of 2020. The standard foliage is large growing, variegated in beige, mostly on the leaf edge, and quilted. Standard. They flower for about two months. - We ship anytime (even in winter) Single to semidouble dark red star. Sep 19, 2015 - Explore Kate Wiley's board "African violet and house plants" on Pinterest. - Our own award-winning varieties The standard foliage is large growing, dark green, with a red reverse. Huge blossoms of two-toned lavender, single and semidouble stars, upon strong, medium green, plain foliage, form a superb show plant you will want to grow. Pleasing, single and semidouble, extremely large stars, are produced in velvety looking shades of plum and purple. A profuse bloomer! Magnificent flowers are outlined with a thin raspberry edge, and are bountifully flecked and streaked with blue fantasy. Full, double white stars, with a light purple thumbprint that is surrounded by a fringed edge. (Occasionally exhibits lavender in some blossoms) Green, standard foliage, white variegation. A good bloomer, which will warm your heart, like warm sunshine! Semidouble, deep velvety purple, frilled white edges; white and pink, variegated foliage, standard. Very pretty variety of single white stars, adorned with pastel/purple colored thumbprints. Hours and directions can be found in the “about” pages. The deep green foliage is well behaved and shapes nicely for show. The standard foliage is dark green, red reverse, and wavy. IN-DEPTH TIPS FOR SUCCESS WITH AFRICAN VIOLETS One moment it’s red, then orange, then violet and on to ghostly blues and spectral greens, apparitions of a long-lost … Very popular variety! A slightlyfrilled edge makes this a very impressive variety! I am still growing and enjoying Blue Boy, one of the first ever named African violet hybrids. We specialize in miniature and semiminiature African violets. Medium green quilted foliage. Great bloom count. Double, light purple pansies with a plum overlay. The flower petals are delicately fringed. The foliage is dark green and serrated. A sport of Arctic Frost, it follows the same large, symmetrical growing pattern, with standard foliage of dark green, and slightly quilted. Variegated dark green, cream and pink, plain, glossy/red back. An excellent bloomer! Medium-dark green, pointed, serrated with red backing. We grow our plants in a renovated barn, circa 1900, with an attached glasshouse and other buildings. The medium green foliage is serrated and quilted. Large, unique double pansies of very light mauve/pink coloring. It is very comfortable. The foliage is deep green, variegated in cream tones. Large semidouble and double mauve pink star with a heavily fringed edge. A geneva edge is fringed around each pansy flower. The edge is slightly fringed. Very large, full double, star shaped blossoms in deep blue. “Treat” yourself to this great variety! A gorgeous plant that shapes nicely. Semidouble to double, lavender-blue, two-tone frilled large with variable white markings, thin white-green and/or purple edge. Dark green, quilted girl foliage. Rich burgundy colored single and semidouble stars, with a thin geneva edge, and fringed. Saintpaulia species are the African violets that all modern hybrids trace the ancestry to. We encourage everyone to share their experience with others–the spread the “cheer” and their knowledge. The soothing pale pink double blooms with a frilled raspberry edge evoke the Pink Sand Beach at Harbor Island in the Bahamas, while you can almost hear the surf and see the coral in the dark green, variegated, quilted foliage with a red reverse. Perfect for your home or office nook - AVSA Reg. Standard. Your company is the best at shipping with no damage. Slightly cupped, light pink single pansies, with a beautiful heavily fringed maroon/red edge. Another "must have" for those who collect green type blossoms! A good bloomer, with flowers standing firmly above light green, tailored foliage, with beige variegation on the leaf edge. Now that is above and beyond in my opinion. The standard foliage is medium green and tailored. Awarded BEST NEW CULTIVAR, 2014 AVSA Convention in Nashville Medium green, serrated foliage. (White color varies, and is more predominant with cool temperatures) A heartwarming variety named after a woman full of heart. A complimentary mix, of a large double white star, against the backdrop of medium green, quilted foliage, heavily variegated in beige. An outstanding "burnt" red with large, single and semidouble pansies with lightly frilled edges. Large, soft pink semidouble and double stars. Attractive "girl" foliage with scalloping around the leaf edge. Over Large flowers, which can measure up to 3 inches in diameter at maturity, are held upright above medium green, lightly quilted, show foliage. Very large, double flowers of lavender/pink, with blue fantasy streaks blending into the flower face. Standard. Many pages of this site allow comments. Use our “search function” to answer your question–for example, type “repot African violet”, if this is what you need to know. As you’ll see by viewing our site and catalog, modern African violet hybrids can be spectacular and very different from the simple species first discovered more than a century ago. Awarded 2nd BEST NEW CULTIVAR, 2015 AVSA convention in Kansas City. Double to triple, burgundy-wine frilled pansy/variable white tips. A rich, violet/red colored, single and semidouble flower, with a white, heavily fringed edge, that compliments the dark coloring. Grow them tiny. Double white stars with frilled edges. Double blue, frilled flowers, with a variable green edge. The medium green, ruffled foliage grows quite large and makes a complimentary addition to such unique flowers. The medium pink double stars are surrounded by a fluted edge. The standard foliage is light green, serrated and quilted. Incredible! The medium green, quilted foliage grows to perf ection. Variegated foliage is medium-dark green, cream and pink, heart-shaped, and scalloped. Dark green, serrated foliage is variegated with cream and pink. Alluring! Blue, We all hope they're coming! Awarded BEST NEW CULTIVAR, 2002 AVSA convention in Washington DC. See more ideas about House plants, African violets, Plants. This perfectly easy to grow variety sports an abundance of soft, light blue double stars covering rosette forming foliage of medium green. Occasionally, orange streaks radiate out from the flower center. You won't find these sold by mass producers! A true beauty! If pinks are your color, then you'll have to add this one to your collection! Large, double white stars, with a lightly fringed edge. (Vintage). These are quite unusual, genetically more rare, and can be propagated only by suckers. The foliage is dark green, slightly quilted, with beige variegation on the leaf edge. The foliage is dark green with a red reverse, and grows as a standard. Don't forget the sunscreen! Click on any of the thumbnails to see a larger image. Quilted foliage with variegation on the leaf edges in beige. Unusual! Double, dark blue pansies, with a raspberry ruffled edge. The flower face is heavily covered with blue, Medium pink, single and semidouble stars, decorated with blue. Scrumptious, deep red-plum semidouble fluted and wavy stars. Foliage is dark green. African Violets like to be crammed-full into their pots so when you repot only go as large as a 4″ pot. This variety makes a terrific SHOW plant! Watering: Keep soil moist to dry, and allow soil around roots to dry out before watering to encourage blooming.Water from the bottom with room temperature water by placing the plastic grower's pot in water, and allowing the plant to absorb the water ( not more than 30 minutes ). Large. No need to remove suckers to keep symmetry or encourage blooming. Large, single and semidouble, white pansies, with daintily fringed edges. Light green, standard foliage is ruffled with a serrated edge. The foliage is deep green and slightly wavy, marked with white variegation. Double pink ruffled, frilled/raspberry top petals. White, to light pink, fantasy puffs, are on the flower face. Very nice! Dark crimson red, semidouble pansies, with a thin, fringed white edge. One of the very first double pinks ever created by Lyndon Lyon! Double lavender-pink pansy with dark lavender fantasy spots and streaks. Foliage is dark green with a red reverse, and variegated in beige. Our plants are. Foliage is light green, serrated and lightly quilted. Striking bands of light, reddish-purple surround each frilly edged blossom, randomly marked in variable, light green. The standard foliage is lightly quilted. From Dave, in MD Occasionally, red flecking appears. Double pink. Each leaf is serrated and quilted. This wonderful cultivar has strong, semidouble to double stars of medium pink, that will reach up to 3 inches or more in diameter upon maturity, and still produce many flowers per bloom stem that will proudly stand above strong, large growing show foliage. Large, semidouble stars are dark pink, with a heavily fringed green edge. Awarded BEST NEW CULTIVAR, 2011 AVSA convention in Philadelphia. Our “plant care” pages contain much useful information, including “how to” lessons, and a FAQ (frequently asked questions) library. (DAVS 1774), Single and semidouble white star/purple eye and veins, green frilled edge. The foliage shapes easily and will make a nice show plant. A sport of “Psychedelic Show”, the standard foliage is medium green, and shapes nicely. The edges are heavily fringed, and are decorated with pink and blue fantasy specks. Awarded BEST NEW INTRODUCTION, 2017 MAAVS Convention in Fredericksburg, VA. A nice two tone purple, double star. (DAVS 1762). Visit our “facebook” and “pinterest” pages (links found at page top). When mature, miniatures grow to less than 6″ in diameter, semiminis to less than 8″. Light green foliage is heavily quilted and serrated. The plant tends to flower easily. The standard foliage is medium green and quilted. Variegated dark green, cream and pink, plain, heart-shaped. This variety will be worth a Kings Ransom! A lovely combination you are sure to enjoy! The wide, solid, deep red bands that surround each petal, grows in size after the flower opens. Darker burgundy fantasy streaks add to the classy look of this standard variety. Vivid, deep red, semidouble, pansy shaped blossoms are abundantly produced over plain, medium green foliage, variegated in white. The standard foliage is wavy, and dark green with a red reverse. The medium green foliage is quilted. Fluffy, double white stars, with just a hint of green showing on the fringed petal edges. Medium purple, single and semidouble star with a frilled geneva edge accenting each petal. A sporadic white edge occasionally appears on the flower. A great show plant and wonderful bloomer! Medium green foliage, standard sized grower. Each flower is flecked with blue fantasy. Medium blue semidouble, with a sprinkling of pink puff, Awarded 2nd BEST NEW CULTIVAR, 2013 AVSA convention in Austin, Texas, Deep dark coral semidouble and double pansies. Variegated dark green, white, some pink, longifolia, quilted, cupped, glossy, and ruffled. The foliage is dark green with a red reverse and lightly quilted. Eye-catching! The medium green, standard foliage is serrated. The standard foliage is medium green and serrated. Three inch white star with large bluish/purple eye. Take a mini vacation to the beach with Bahama Breeze! the flower tips are curled slightly. Double, light blue ruffled large star with a wide white edge. Lightly ruffled single and semidouble pansies. Semidouble to double stars, with a fringed edge. Single and semidouble maroon pansies, with darker maroon and blue fantasy specks. An edge of violet/red, that's lightly fluted, surrounds each petal. Double white stars, with a heavily fringed green edge and pink mottling throughout. Variegated, medium green and white, quilted, wavy, and serrated. Grow them ‘native’. A good bloomer, with flowers above dark green, standard foliage. Awarded BEST NEW CULTIVAR, 2006 AVSA convention in Minneapolis. - Service. White, semidouble and double stars are accented with a showy green edge, which is slightly frilled. The flower petals are heavily covered with blue, Beautiful! Perhaps the best place for your African violet in winter is an east-facing window. However should you have come across any abnormalities in our extended weather for African Violet we would appreciate it if you would email these to [email protected] Climate for African Violet: current weather, weather forecast, humidity, temperature, highs and lows, rain forecast, snowfall, wind direction, wind … Standard. The FTD® African Violets bloom in shades of pink and purple to create an incredible gift for your special recipient. The foliage is medium green, quilted and serrated. If you like reds, you definitely want this one! Vintage. Lavender/blue double stars are accented with a geneva edge. Below are some tips on how to grow them best. A light shade of coral, semidouble pansies, with a lightly fringed edge. A large standard grower, that shapes well, is lightly quilted, medium green and slightly serrated. Standard. Large growing standard. Medium green foliage is wavy and serrated. The flowers stand tall above the dark green, red reverse foliage. The petals are encircled with a white edge, tinged with green. Petal tips are fluted and wavy, held above deep green foliage that is variegated in cream and beige tones. Dark green and plain foliage. Single, dark coral pansy, with a lightly fluted white edge. The name says it all! The lightly quilted standard foliage is medium green. ... African violets hate having wet feet ... Let’s wind things up by talking about transplanting or dividing your violets. Standard. Small amounts of green touch the edges of the back petals, while large, white bands surround all the petals. Very pretty blooms are fluted, and stand firmly above large, symmetrical show foliage, which is dark green with a red reverse. Trailing African violets are perhaps the easiest to grow and bloom, especially for the novice. Delightfully huge, soft pink double stars. The flower edges are lightly frilled. Very large, fluffy white, double stars. December 23, 2020, From Trish, in Ontario Semidouble and double pink flowers with a glittery fuchsia edge. Double pink frilled star with a darker eye. Variegation of white, and occasional rose with light green, add to the attraction of this variety. The center petals are accented with a thin pink outline. A sport of “Waterdancer”! HUGE!!! The dark green, standard, tailored foliage, shapes nicely. It will go down to quite a small head. It boasts a light mauve/pink watercolor, Large, soft pink semidouble and double stars. Deep burgundy-wine double pansy shaped blossoms generate an eye-catching combo on large foliage with mosaic variegation patterns, in shades of silver and greens. The medium green, standard foliage, is quilted and occasionally has a slight tendency to spoon. Light pink, sticktite stars, boasting a wide, dark maroon band, along the frilled petals edge. Standard. One of those "must have" varieties! The standard foliage is very dark green, with a red reverse, and helps to show the flowers off. Very large, light purple, almost periwinkle in color! Large. A good symmetrical grower, which blooms easily! The blooms can blend in easily with any decor, opening up a … Grow them large. This irresistable beauty has dark coral single & semidouble pansies with generous amounts of dark blue fantasy streaks and specks. Huge, double and semidouble pink stars, with frilled edges, load each flower stem. Large white, single and semidouble pansies with fringed edges. “Leaf” chimeras are varieties whose foliage can only be reproduced by sucker propagation. Dark burgundy red, sticktite, single pansies. Color unlike anything you have ever seen. Like standards, minis come in most every color ...even green! The, dark green, slightly wavy and serrated foliage is delightfully adorned in beige and pink variegation. Grow them rare and unusual. Coming in a set of 6, this artificial plant features beautifully colored African violet blooms. Each flower face is speckled with blue fantasy. Large, semidouble and double pink stars with blue fantasy streaks and flecks. - We grow all that we sell They are naturally branching, spreading, plants that can left to do their ‘own thing’. The leaves are slightly wavy, serrated and quilted. Deep fuchsia, single and semidouble stars, blushed with various amounts of ivory in the centers. A lightly frilled purple edge surrounds each flower. Beige variegation is around the leaf edge. Dates of these upcoming events will be listed in the sidebar at right. A good bloomer! A truly beautiful variety! It is brighter that I expected which I really like because I love bright purple. This makes African violets ideal for the indoor home garden or window–requiring only moderate (“room”) temperatures and light. The superb, vivid blue semidouble stars are irresistible, having shimmering white edges and covering medium green foliage. Dark red single and semidouble pansies with a white edge. Magnificent semidouble, frilly, fluted and wavy petals of two-tone rose-pink, combine with deep rose feathering on petal edges, accented with a narrow, broken, faint geneva edge make these stars so eye-catching. TRAVEL ALERT: Limited locations remain open; many events are being canceled or postponed.Please check venue websites for details. Three African Violet Plants displaying a varied assortment of colorful flowers amongst their dark green foliage are planted in a graphite oval container for a modern and elegant look. Only their size is ordinary. Should make for an impressive show plant! Just the name alone tells you this is a good one! Dark green, red reverse foliage is quilted and serrated. The standard foliage is medium green and quilted, with a serrated edge. 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