- Sep 20, 2012
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My mother grows many African Violets. Some of them are blooming and they look really pretty, so I decided to take a few pictures of them. Aren't they lovely?:
They can be propagated from cuttings, to be more exact from leaves. But it's really hard to get the leaves to do that, at least my future mother in law hasn't been able to do it, but I know a lot people who has They are so hard to take care of!I don't think so. As far as I know, they can be propagated from cuttings. But I'm not sure about it. I don't know much about African Violets, because I've never tried to grow them. If you want, I can ask my mother for more information
If I were you I'd try doing the same Once I cut a leaf from my grandma's african violet, it managed to root, but sadly it died later on Those plants are so darn picky!Thank you for the information, Trellum.
I remember that my aunt used to have a whole collection of African Violets, they were everywhere in her house. She propagated them from cuttings. I think she had a green thumb
I would try it, but the truth is that I don't want to grow African violets. Most of them look really lovely, but it's just not my kind of plant. I prefer gorgeous roses, tiny wild violets and beautiful lilies of the valleyIf I were you I'd try doing the same Once I cut a leaf from my grandma's african violet, it managed to root, but sadly it died later on Those plants are so darn picky!
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