Violets need plentiful light. From October-April, grow them in the sunny east window, from May-September - north exposure. Otherwise, the harsh summer sun would fry their leaves. To keep the plants shapely, give the pots a quarter-turn every other day. To increase humidity, group plants together. Even better, set them on pebble-filled trays. Grow plants in clay pots. Clay absorbs moisture, and then releases it as humidity through evaporation. Water enough to keep the soil moist,- not…

Violets need plentiful light. From October-April, grow them in the sunny east window, from May-September - north exposure. Otherwise, the harsh summer sun would fry their leaves. To keep the plants shapely, give the pots a quarter-turn every other day. To increase humidity, group plants together. Even better, set them on pebble-filled trays. Grow plants in clay pots. Clay absorbs moisture, and then releases it as humidity through evaporation. Water enough to keep the soil moist,- not…

How to grow African Violet easily from leaf cuttings! Two simple yet fail proof propagation methods to jump start your indoor plants collection! - A Piece Of Rainbow

Grow African Violet From Leaf Cuttings

How to grow African Violet easily from leaf cuttings! Two simple yet fail proof propagation methods to jump start your indoor plants collection! - A Piece Of Rainbow

Caring for African violets is easy. With the right amount of light, water and fertilizer, you can grow these old-fashioned houseplants any time of the year.

Gardening Tips: Caring for African Violets

Caring for African violets is easy. With the right amount of light, water and fertilizer, you can grow these old-fashioned houseplants any time of the year.

Grow Perfect African Violets | Violet Pot Tips ~ I have now started wicking my plants, and I don't know why I didn't do it earlier.

Grow Perfect African Violets | Violet Pot Tips ~ I have now started wicking my plants, and I don't know why I didn't do it earlier.

Open terrarium with African Violet, Baby Tears (Soleirolia soleirolii) and Button Fern.

Open terrarium with African Violet, Baby Tears (Soleirolia soleirolii) and Button Fern.

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