Acas Glamor Puss: This is a semi-miniature African Violet variety. It has medium green leaves. The flowers are semi-double, double in type and the plum-pink two-tone in color. They are pansy shaped flowers. The plant was hybridized by J. Brownlie.

Alamo Ruby: This is a standard African Violet variety. The leaves are dark green in color. The leaf type is plain. The flowers are dark ruby red in color. The flower type is double. This plant was hybridized by H. Pittman.

Alliance: This is a standard /large African Violet variety. The leaves are dark green in color with Tommie-lou’ variegation. The flowers are blue in color with white and pink fantasy streaks. They are Semidouble in type. The plant was hybridized by D.Croteau in 1997.

 

Ancient Lace: This is a standard African Violet variety. The flowers are Semidouble in type and pansy/star in shape. They are pink in color with a green ruffled edge. The leaves are dark green in color and ruffled in shape. The plant was hybridized by J. Munk.

Anthoflores Percy: This is standard African Violet variety. The leaves are dark green in color. The leaves are plain in shape. The flowers are deep purple in color. The flower is pansy shaped and flower type is a semi-double. This plant is a hybrid from Harster Greenhouses.

Amethyst: This is a vintage African Violet variety. It is standard in type. The flowers are single in shape and red-orchid in color. The leaves are heart shaped, quilted and glossy in type. The plant was hybridized by Armacost & Royston in 1957 (11/26/1957). 

Baby Brian: This is a semi-miniature trailer variety. The flowers are single in type, star shaped and pale blue in color. The leaves are plain in shape. The plant was hybridized by P. Tracy in 1981.

Ballet Blue Ice: This is a miniature African Violet variety. The plant is Semidouble in type. The flowers are dark blue in color with a darker edge. The plant was hybridized by A. Fischer.

Beach Glass: An African Violet variety. Shades of blue and green against semi-double white pansies, wash across the flower face. Each flower is as unique as the art created on the beach by the ocean. The foliage is light green and lightly quilted. Hybridized in 2017 by Lyons.

Berry Splash: This is a standard African Violet variety. The leaves are variegated and light yellow, beige and medium green in color. The flowers are pink in color with a glittery fuchsia edge. They are Semidouble and double in type. The plant was hybridized by E. Champion in 1980.

Black Magic: This is a standard African Violet variety. The flowers are purple in color and are spattered and streaked with tiny, medium pink fantasy markings. The flowers are single and semidouble in type and pansy in shape. The leaves are dark green in color with variegated ivory markings on the leaf edges.

Blue Silhouette: This is a semi-miniature African Violet variety. The leaves are black green in color. The leaves are plain and pointed in shape with a red color underneath or a red back. The flowers are white in color with tones of blue and green. The flower type is a semi-double and pansy shaped. This plant was hybridized by S. Sorano in 1996.

Blueberry Mint: This is a standard African Violet variety. It has dark green leaves with a ruffled leaf type. The leaf underneath is red in color. The flowers are dark blue with a white edge and the flower type is a star variety. This plant was hybridized by S. Sorano.

Blueberry Sprite – This is a semi-miniature African Violet variety. The flowers are deep dark purple in color with a lighter purple, almost white edge. They are single/sticktite in type and pansy in shape with slightly cupped flowers. The leaves are medium green in color and serrated in shape. The plant was hybridized by S. Sorano in 2011.

Blushing Ivory: This is a standard African Violet variety. The flowers are single in type and star shaped. They are ivory in color with a wide rose-orchid sparkle edge. The leaves are dark green in color and pointed, quilted, scalloped in shape. It was hybridized by S. Sorano in 1993.

Bols Magenta: The flowers are wasp shaped  and deep magenta in color. The leaves are dark green in color and sometimes display bustle shaped leaves. The plant was hybridized by Lena Asp.

Bridal Bouquet: This is a standard African violet variety known as Bridal Bouquet. The leaves are dark green in color with a plain red back. The flowers are coral in color with blue eye. They are star in shape. The plant is a chimera type. The plant was hybridized by P. Sorano in 2011.

Buckeye Country Gal: This is a large African Violet variety. The flowers are semi-double in type. They are light fuchsia in color with variable lavender-purple fantasy markings. They are ruffled pansy in shape. The leaves are variegated dark green, pink and cream in color. They are heart shaped, glossy with a serrated/red back.  The plant was hybridized in 2000 by P. Hancock.

Buckeye Sorcerer:  This is a standard African Violet variety. The flowers are semidouble in type and star shaped. They are lavender-mauve in color with a green edge. The leaves are variegated with dark green, pink and cream colors. The plant was hybridized by P. Hancock.

Buckeye summer wind: This is a Standard African violet variety. The flowers are double in type. They are white in color with lavender-orchid tips, edged in white again. The leaves have beautiful green and white variegated foliage. The plant was hybridized by P. Hancock.

Buckley’s Spoon: This is a semi miniature African Violet variety hybridized by Buckley. The flowers are Single in type and medium blue in color. The leaves are Dark green in color and quilted, spooned in shape.

Capricorn Kozireg : Russian standard, medium green, lilac blue star with coral red fantasy, semi double to double, E. Arkhipov

Optimara Cezanne: This is a standard variety known as Cezanne. The leaves are light-medium green in color. They are plain, scalloped in shape and hairy/glossy. The flowers are bright pink in color with purple fantasy. The flowers are semidouble-double in type. The plant was hybridized by Holtkamp in 2001.

Chantaspring (R. P. Hair) Creamy yellow bell sticktite single/darker yellow center. Compact emerald green, pointed foliage. Miniature trailer

Chanticleer: This is a standard vintage variety known as Chanticleer. The leaves are dark green in color and are ovate, pointed and quilted in shape.

Charline: This is a Standard /Large variety. The leaves are dark green in color with a red back. They leaves are Quilted/frilled in shape. The flower is Burgandy in color with a darker center. The flowers are ruffled and star in shape. They are Semidouble in type. The plant was hybridized by D.Croteau in 1989.

Cherokee Trail: This is a Standard trailer variety known as Cherokee Trail. The leaves are variegated white and green in color with a pointed shape. The flowers are pink in color with a white edge and double in type. The plant was hybridized by L. Ray in 1983.

“Cherry Princess” hybridized by Lyndon Lyons in 2012. The flowers are pansy shaped and semidouble to double. They are white with fuchsia stripes in the center. The leaves are heart shaped and medium green in color. Its a semi-miniature variety.

Cheyenne: Large, double white stars, with a lightly fringed edge. A blue eye accents the flower. The foliage is medium green and quilted. A sport of ‘Moonchild’. Standard

Christine Dianne : A Canadian Vintage! Flowers are Single in type. They are dark red-pink in color and star shape. The leaves are plain and quilted in type. Large type. Hybridized by Ernest Fisher in 1979, a Canadian hybridizer.

Cirelda: This is is a semi-miniature variety. The flowers are pink two-tone in color and double in shape. The leaves are quilted. The plant was hybridized in 1979 by P. Tracey.

Classic Rock : This is a Semi Miniature African Violet. The flowers are sticktite, single in type and pansy shaped. They are pale lavender in color with a purple eye. The leaves are variegated green and white in color. They are plain and ovate in shape. It was hybridized by S. Sorano in 1995.

Cool Blue: This is a semi miniature variety. The flowers are light blue in color and semidouble in type. The leaves are medium green in color and plain in shape. The plant was hybridized by H. Pittman in 1998. 

This is standard, large variety known as Coral Sunset. The leaves are dark green, cream, tan and pink in color with variegation. They have a red back and are plain, scalloped in shape. The flowers are a beautiful coral in color. They are pansy shaped and semi-double in type. The plant was hybridized by D. Ness in 1995.

Corkie: This is a miniature African violet plant hybridized by L. Lyon. The flowers are Semidouble in type, rose-pink in color and star shaped. The leaves are Girl type.

Cranberry Night : Double, cranberry colored, pansy shaped flowers, with darker coloring in the top petals. Blooms profusely on strong flower stems. Medium green, plain and quilted, show quality foliage. Semiminiature.

Crimson Ice: This is a Standard variety known as Crimson Ice hybridized by Lyons. The leaves are tailored in shape and dark green in color. The flowers are white in color with a crimson red thumbprint. The flowers are single in type.

Cupid’s Jewel : An excellent bloomer which forms a perfect bouquet of pale plum, semidouble and double stars. The semiminiature flowers also boast of a darker shade of plum in the eye of each flower. The medium green, serrated foliage shapes nicely and is quilted.

Cupie Doll: This is a miniature African violet plant hybridized by L. Egenites in 1980.The flowers are mauve in color, two-tone with a white edge. They are single in type. The leaves are girl in type.

Decelles’ Flamingo African Violet Flowers: Semidouble stars of deep red are edged in white, and held above medium green, quilted foliage, variegated in white. Standard. Hybridized in 1996 by Y. Decelles.

S. clone Diplotricha Punter #0, miniature, medium green leaves, plain and pointed, star, double, light pink flowers, R. Wilson, 1996.

Dress Rehearsal: Standard, quilted variegation of white and rose with light green, medium green, white pansies with fringed edges, medium lavender thumbprint on petals, single and semidouble, Lyons.

This is a large Russian variety; EK Dream Princess. The leaves are medium green. The flowers are pink with raspberry purple fantasy markings. The flower type is a semi-double. The hybridizer is E. Korshunova.

Emerald Love :This is a Standard African violet plant. The flowers are Semidouble in type. They are creamy white in color with a wide green edge. The leaves are Dark green in color with a wavy/red back. The plant was hybridized by E. Kolb.

Emerald Pink :  Single light coral-pink pansy/green edge. Medium green, ruffled. Semiminiature.

Evening Escort: Single-semidouble dark purple fringed star/white-green edge. Variegated dark green and ivory, wavy, serrated. Standard.

Everdina (5566) 09/30/1983 (H. Inpijn/R. Nadeau) Double lavender/violet-blue fantasy. Medium green, plain, pointed. Miniature (Western)

Fairy Fountains: This is a Semi miniature trailer. The leaves are glossy and light green in color. The flowers are pink in color. They are double in type and star shaped. The plant was hybridized by P. Tracey.

False Fire: from cross of Yukako x Mas Prince Froggie, hybridized by Kathryn Lovett.

Fantasy Fringe: This is a standard African violet plant. The flowers are double in type. They are bright pink in color with slightly ruffled petals and blue fantasy markings. The leaves are light green in color and wavy in type. The plant was hybridized by H. Eyerdom in 1990

Fiery Sunset: This is a standard variety known as Fiery Sunset. The leaves are dark green in color. They are slightly wavy and fluted in shape. The flowers are bright fuchsia in color with fuchsia center and a wide white edge. The flowers are semidouble in type. The plant was hybridized by Sorano.

Firebird Vintage African Violet Plant: Single bright red/wide white frilled edge. Wavy. Standard, Eyerdom, 1969.

Frosty Cherry (Moroznaia Vishnia): This is a standard Russian African violet plant. The flowers are double star shaped. They are white in color with crimson mottling throughout the flower, occasionally looks like a thumbprint. The leaves are tailored.

Funambule: This is a Standard variety. The leaves are dark green in color with pink and cream variegation. They are plain in shape. The flowers are dark blue in color with white/pink fantasy marking. They are pansy in shape and semidouble in type. This plant was hybridized by N. Roitaille / D. Croteau in 2006.

Garnet Elf (2339) 10/07/1972 (Eyerdom) Single dark rose-lavender/wide white frilled edge. Ruffled. Standard 

Genetic Gem (Jeff Smith) Semidouble vivid rose-pink and fuchsia mottled, wavy. Mosaic variegated dark green and light green-yellow, wavy. Standard.

Genetic Heir: (Jeff Smith) Light rose-pink pansy/darker wavy edge, some tan. Mosaic variegated bright green and lime. Standard

Snezhnyi Georgin / Snow Dahlia (N. Berdnikova). Double white flowers with a green underside, towards the outer edge of the petals. The separated petals give the flower resemblance to dahlias. The flowers can have occasional blue splashes. The jagged foliage is medium-green. Semi-miniature.

Happy Harold African Violet Flower: Another hardy vintage violet! Flowers are Single in type and red-wine in color. The leaves are Variegated in type and plain in shape. Small standard type, hybridized in 1971 by Harold Rienhardt.

This is standard variety known as Hearts Aflutter. The leaves are medium green in color with a serrated edge and quilted in shape. The flowers are light mauve pink in color with violet red markings and a soft pink pencil edge. The flowers are pansy shaped and double in type. The plant was hybridized by P. Sorano in 2010.

Hearts Aglow: This is a Standard variety known as Hearts Aglow. The leaves are dark, blackish-green, quilted foliage with a deep red reverse. The flowers are a beautiful deep fuchsia in color with blushing of various amounts of ivory in the centers. The flower type is a single-semidouble and is star shaped. This plant was hybridized by S. Sorano.

Heavens-a-calling: This is a standard African violet plant. The flowers are single in type and star shaped. They are white in color with a rose-pink overlay and a raspberry sparkle edge. The leaves are dark green in color and plain/pointed in shape. The plant was hybridized by T. Davis

Heritage Frolic (6716) 08/22/1987 (A. E. Adams) Double dark rose/white-green frilled edge. Dark green, pointed, wavy/red back. Semiminiature.

Hoodwink: (J.Dates) Medium blue/white fluted edge. Medium green, plain, pointed. Standard

Humako Jasmine: A Standard Dutch African Violet. Blue with white center.

Humako Olivia African Violet Flower from the Netherlands.

Humako teardrops: Large white stars with bright cornflower blue eye. Petals slightly wavy edges. Smooth emerald leaves

Imps Berry Smash: This is minaiture variety known as Imps Berry Smash. The leaves are medium green in color and pebbled, slightly wavy in shape. The flowers are white in color, frilled with a lime green edge and variable purple fantasy markings. The flowers are pansy shaped and semi-double in type. The plant was hybridized by J. Jackson in 2010.

Imps Beta Blocker: Semi Miniature. Single light pink wasp, blue overlay on petal tips, variable raspberry fantasy on petal tips, variable blue rays down center of each petal. Dark green, scalloped, spooned, bustle-backed/red back. J. Jackson.

Imps blue arsenic: (J. Jackson) Single blue wasp, Dark green pointed, serrated pebbled, red back. Miniature.

Imp’s Fairy Berry : Semi-miniature African Violet. Single to Semidouble lavender bell, purple veins, darker eye . • Dark green, pointed, wavy, red back. Hybridized by J. Jackson.

Imp’s Kyanite Sparkle (9986) 06/19/2008 (J. Jackson) Single mauve pansy/blue fantasy, variable green edge. Medium-dark green, wavy, scalloped/red back. Semiminiature.

Inner Strength: Medium blue semidouble pansies with fringed raspberry edge, then edged thinly in beige. Medium green foliage with beige variegation around leaf edges. Standard African Violet hybridized by Sorano.

A great classic! This is a semi miniature African violet variety known as Irish Flirt. The leaves are medium green and wavy in shape. The flowers are cream, white and green in color. They are frilled and star shaped. The plant was hybridized by S. Sorano in 1991.

Jade Tiara: Large African Violet plant. Semidouble pink frilled pansy/green-edged top petals. Dark green, quilted, glossy, wavy, serrated/red back. Hybridized by P. Sorano in 2008.

Jersey Girl Trail (10374) 11/22/2010 (R. Kurzynski) Single-semidouble fuchsia pansy. Medium green girl foliage. Miniature trailer

Jolly Cameo: Miniature variety. The leaves are medium green in color. The flowers are pink in color. This plant was hybridized by H. Pittman.

Jolly Coral: H. Pittman, single-semi double coral pansy, medium green, plain. Semi miniature.

Jolly Disco: This is a miniature variety known as Jolly Disco. The leaves are dark green in color and pointed. The flowers are pink in color with a variable white edge. The plant was hybridized by H. Pittman in 2007.

Jolly Fireball (H. Pittman) Semidouble to double red. Dark green, plain. Semiminiature

Jolly Kid: (H. Pittman) Single purple sticktite pansy. Dark green, plain. Miniature.

Jolly Texan: This is a semi-miniature variety known as Jolly Texan. The leaves are dark green in color. The leaf type is plain and quilted. The flowers are dark red in color. The flower shape is a pansy and type is a double. This plant was hybridized by H. Pittman in 2007.

Jolly Treasure: Single-semidouble pink two-tone pansy. Variegated medium green and white, ovate. Semiminiature, 2007, H. Pittman

Julie Kay: Pink, double, pansy shaped blossoms, with ruffled foliage, variegated in shades of dark green, marked with pink and cream variegation, standard.

Jupiter’s Joy (8044) 02/10/1994 (H. Pittman) Semidouble white/fuchsia marking. Light green, plain. Semiminiature

Kentucky Berry Bush: This is a semi-miniature African violet variety. The leaves are dark –medium green in color. The leaves are serrated in shape with a red back. The flowers are pink in pink in color with a green edge. They are star in shape and double in type. The plant was hybridized by D. Rollins.

Kentucky Gooseberries (D. Rollins) Double white star/light pink blush. Medium green, serrated. Semiminiature

Kentucky Strawberries: This is a semi-miniature variety known as Kentucky Strawberries. The leaves are dark green in color with serrated shape foliage with a red back. The flowers are fuschia in color with variable white tips. They are double in type. The plant was hybridized by D. Rollings.

Kid Karla (7381) 06/04/1990 (H. Pittman) Semidouble light blue. Variegated light green. Semiminiature

Lyon’s Kismet
Light orchid, semidouble & double pansy shaped blossoms are accented with ruffled edges and topped with deep green trim on the upper petals. The foliage is deep green and slightly wavy, marked with white variegation. Large growing.

This is standard variety known as Kristies Spunk. The leaves are dark green in color. The leaves are ovate in shape with a red quilted back. The flowers are light pink-white in color, with a fantasy light raspberry frilled edge. The flower type is a star shaped flower. This plant was hybridized by K. Sorano.

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