African Violet Growing: How to Grow It in 15 Steps, with Photos

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Article SummaryXTo plant African violets you can either start them from seeds or take a piece of a mature African violet leaf and grow them. Plant your violets in small pots and a soil that is slightly acidic. Your plants should be placed in indirect sun and warm places. Your violets will need watering every time the soil is dry. It’s also important to give them balanced fertilizer to ensure they bloom each year. Your African violets should be repotted once per year so that their roots can grow more freely. Like to learn more about our Horticulturist partner. how toKeep reading this article to find out how you can transfer your seedlings from one container to another.

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