As the temperatures rise and the sun shines brightly, your African violets may need a little extra TLC to thrive during the summer months. In this post, we’ll explore tips to help you care for your African violets and keep them flourishing throughout the summer months.
Soil PH is an unseen factor that affects the availability of nutrients and minerals to the plant, which in turn affects its overall health and growth. In this context, it’s essential for African violet growers to understand soil pH and its impact on plant health to ensure that their plants thrive and bloom beautifully.
Purchasing LED strips can be downright confusing because there are so many types and jargon for describing the different types. Here’s a quick overview of the most common terms you’ll encounter
If your African Violet won’t flower or you want to encourage more blooms, here are 5 tips to get more flowers on your plant.
Prized by some and hated by others, African Violet chimeras are dazzling, unique, rare, and sometimes the ugly ducklings of the African Violet world. Chimeras characterised by a distinctive pinwheel or candy stripe effect on their flowers. The term chimera does not actually mean a certain type of flower, but it refers to a genetic problem
Fungus gnats can pose a threat to your African Violet collection. Here’s how to get rid of them. Effective treatments target gnats at all stages and address growing conditions.
Most of the problems I’ve encountered growing African Violets can be traced back to me not having a good handle on the basic growing parameters. Also, not recognising how plants typically behave when one of those parameters is outside normal.