XL African violet, wild variegations, always in bloom

These are children of a very enthusiastic Willodene, which I separated into seven plants, and then evened out with daily rotation for six months. They’re in 6" self-watering pots. This is an extra-large type of african violet and will turn into a massive froth of curly, fuzzy, green and cream leaves and pale pink flowers with fascinating light green edges (if you get the light right!). One of my favorites.

Sun requirement: Indoor
Care instructions: East-facing windows best; they like indirect sun, but will tolerate stronger light if it’s not all day. African violet fertilizer recommended, as is a self-watering pot. Propagate new plants off snipped leaves!

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