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Robs Macho Devil: This is a Semi miniature known as robs macho devil. The flowers are dark red in color and pansy shaped. The flowers are semi-double in type.  The leaves are medium-dark green and white in color with variegation. The plant was hybridized by R. Robinson in 1990.

Robs Macho Devil: This is a Semi miniature known as robs macho devil. The flowers are dark red in color and pansy shaped. The flowers are semi-double in type. The leaves are medium-dark green and white in color with variegation. The plant was hybridized by R. Robinson in 1990.

African Violet Plants - but I think the idea of any growing plants in teacups, placed on a tiered tidbit tray, is an excellent display/centerpiece:  Midwest Living

How to Grow African Violet Plants

How to Grow African Violet Plants ~These easy-care little wonders provide year-round blooms in a range of colors. Here's how to grow African violets, including tips on watering, feeding, shaping, cleaning and repotting.

African Violets: How to Achieve Constant Bloom just like my grandmother had...love it

Spice up your kitchen with an easy window herb garden! Where there's a window, there's a way to garden. Window herb garden is always a good idea!

6 Key Tips To Growing  Perfect African Violets

6 Key Tips To Growing Perfect African Violets Non-toxic,home and pet friendly! ::: I love violets in the house. Need a good window for them.

African Violet  Spring Kiss

African Violet-Saintpaulia - Spring Kiss - plant

Learn how to plant and grow African Violets with The Old Farmer's Almanac!

African Violets

Learn how to plant, grow, and care for African Violet houseplants with this growing guide from The Old Farmer's Almanac.

African Violets in teacups. One of the most popular indoor plants! Such beautiful blooms!

African Violets in teacups arranged on cake plates. One of the most popular indoor plants ever! Such beautiful blooms!

Caring for African violets is easy. With the right amount of light, water and fertilizer, you can grow these old-fashioned houseplants any time of the year.

Gardening Tips: Caring for African Violets

African violets - easy to grow flowering houseplants - bloom year-round with little effort - likes warm conditions & filtered sunlight. Avoid getting water on the fuzzy leaves; cold water causes unsightly brown spots. Growing Conditions: Medium to bright light; 65-75F; keep soil evenly moist  Size: To 8" tall &16" wide

24 Beautiful Blooming Houseplants

24 Beautiful Blooming Houseplants Find fragrance and beauty in flowering houseplants. The blooming beauties described in this slide show will help you find the best ones for your home.

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