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rocki wrote at 2012-12-30 18:57:14
I grow my African Violets under natural light filtered by white curtains.  The tempatures are cooler in the winter, and warmer in the summer, in the sunroom where I grow them.  I have observed seasonal color changes in some varieties.  They revert back to previous winter or summer colors each season.  I am unsure if it is changes in light, tempature, or both that cause these seasonal changes.


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PLEASE LIMIT QUESTIONS TO AFRICAN VIOLETS. I will accept any question or problem relating to African Violets and their care. If I do not know the answer, I will research it for you. PLEASE NOTE: I DO NOT ANSWER QUESTIONS FROM FRIDAY NIGHT THROUGH SAT NIGHT AS THIS IS THE JEWISH SABBATH.

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I learned about African Violets at the knee of my grandmother, who was born in 1895. I have been raising violets for nearly 30 years, and have helped friends and relatives with growing as well

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