African Violet


African violets, known scientifically as Saintpaulia, are charming flowering plants native to Tanzania and other regions of East Africa. They belong to the Gesneriaceae family and are popular houseplants cherished for their dainty, colorful blooms and attractive foliage.

African violets typically have rounded, fuzzy leaves that form rosettes, and they produce clusters of small, trumpet-shaped flowers that come in various colors, including shades of purple, pink, white, and blue. These flowers often feature delicate patterns or ruffled edges, adding to their ornamental appeal.

These plants prefer bright, indirect light and well-draining soil. They thrive in relatively stable indoor temperatures and prefer to be watered from the bottom to avoid getting water on their leaves, which can cause damage. African violets are relatively low-maintenance and can bloom throughout the year with proper care.

African violets are commonly grown as houseplants and are prized for their ability to brighten indoor spaces with their cheerful blooms. They are also popular choices for gifts and are often displayed in decorative pots or containers to enhance their beauty.

Height – 3 Inch.

Plastic Pot / Plastic Polybag Size = 6X6

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