African violet ‘Magnolia’ Supreme

African Violet Magnolia Supreme

My African violet ‘Magnolia’ has recently sported (spontaneously mutated) from its original form. Both the flowers and the leaves have changed. African violet ‘Magnolia’ was hybridized by M. Burns and registered with the African Violet Society of America in 1986 by R. Nadeau. The official description for the original hybrid reads: Magnolia (6378) 09/20/1986 (M. …

Colorful Rooting Vases

Hanging Glass Rooters

Colored glass rooting jars help plant cuttings root quickly. The shaded glass shields the roots from direct sun and keeps algae to a minimum. Start ivy, pothos, begonias, coleus, philodendron, herb cuttings, and even African violet leaves in these pretty little vases.

How to Grow Hypoestes

Mixed Polka Dot Plants

Hypoestes are delicate care-free annuals that make a spectacular ground cover or border plant. Seeds sprout easily and plants grow quickly, requiring very little pruning or maintenance. They prefer partial shade and will reseed freely in warmer climates.

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