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African Violet (Pink) Plants
African Violets maximum use for gift plants. All people love for African violets plants because its make unique your room. They provide dazzling decoration for table and room. This even uses to give gift in any party, because a leaf will produce multiple babies. To keep the plants in constant bloom.
To keep the soil dry, and to encourage flowering, allow soil around roots to dry out before watering. Keep the plastic pot in water temperature of room and allow the to absorb (not more than 30 minutes) with water.
Do not remove water from the leaves, because it can spoil. For best results, use the diet of the violet plant in a guided form.
Moderate to bright, indirect, indoor light.
African violets need plentiful light to bloom. As a care, give the full sun in winter, and bright light in summer, From October through April, grow for them in the sunny east window of my upstairs (above). Then, from May through September, let the plants dwell in a north exposure or under fluorescents. Otherwise, the harsh summer sun would surely fry their leaves.
A low-nitrogen, high-phosphorous, soluble plant food is good for African violets.
Use a light, humus-rich, well-draining potting mixture. All commercial mixes intended for houseplants are good for African violets.