These are not grandma's violets!
Thanks Marilyn for showing these - very interesting! I agree with Tom's comment - :-).The white violet with the white edged leaves is really pretty.Mary
Good Morning Tom,No, they aren't.Marilyn
Good Morning Mary,They are interesting. I think the ones with the white leaves and white edges are the varrigated leaves.Marilyn
Good Morning Marilyn, I love African Violets but have never made it to this show. Will send you some pics of my African violets, I am not a fancy gardener, just love my plants simple. Two of the pics show my African violets that bloom all the time, the other one has never bloomed since I bought it, but I love the leaves and it keeps on growing, just no flowers. Cathy in Webster
Hi Cathy,Please send your pictures to email@example.com Don't think any of us are fancy gardeners. I just love my plants, too. Odd, that one never bloomed. It still is pretty even without blossoms.Any other folks want to send pictures of their African Violets, I would be glad to put them on.Marilyn
So beautiful. I only have one in bloom currently. I will get a picture and send it to you. :)
Good Morning Vickie,Oh, that would be great. Marilyn
I think African Violets are lovely all on their own. I can appreciate that others want to enhance their flowers in creative and artistic ways.
Hey Marilyn, Very pretty indeed! Thanks for sharing! Blessings, Carol
Hmmm, I think I like my violets natural. LOL I appreciate the artistry that goes into the displays, but I like the sweet little flowers all by themselves. Have a great day!
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