African Violet Plants

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Twist n Shout, (Sorano) Semidouble light pink pansy/red frilled edge. Medium green, ovate, quilted foliage. Semiminiature Price: $8.00
Pueblo,1997 (K. Stork) Single-semidouble coral star flowers. Dark green, plain/red back. Large Price: $7.00
Pixie Blue 1974 (L. Lyon) Single purple-blue/darker center. Plain, ovate leaves. Miniature trailer plant Price: $8.00
Ness Sheer Peach, 1995 (D. Ness) Semidouble-double peach-pink pansy. Medium green, plain. Semi Miniature Plant Price: $8.00
Toronto Belle, (A.E Adams) Single rose-mauve two-tone flowers. Variegated medium green and cream, serrated, girl foliage. Miniature Price: $7.00
Robs Zipper Zapper, Large deep pink sdbl. stars with wide banding of fuchsia-purple flowers. Dark, pointed Semiminiature Price: $8.00
Senks Long Legs, 2008 (R. Follett/D. Senk) Semidouble-double mauve star. Variegated dark green, white and pink, ovate, pointed, longifolia. Semiminiature trailer. Price: $8.00
Inner Strength, 2013 (P. Sorano) Single medium blue sticktite pansy/raspberry band, thin beige-white edge. Variegated medium green and beige-white, quilted foliage. Standard. Price: $7.00
Precious Lavender, (Pittman) Double lavender. Variegated plain. Semiminiature. Price: $7.00
Frosty Cherry (Moroznaia Vishnia) (K. Morev) White, double stars, with crimson mottling flowers. Tailored foliage. Standard. Price: $8.00
Ness Angel Glitter 1995 (D. Ness) Semidouble fuchsia ruffled pansy/darker sparkle fantasy, edge. Dark green, pointed, serrated/red back foliage. Semi Mini Price: $8.00
Munchkin Kisses Single-semidouble white pansy/purple patches. Medium green, plain, quilted leaves. Semi Mini Price $8.00
Cajun's Lil Joy 2013 (B. Thibodeaux) Semidouble pink pansy/darker mottling. Variegated medium green, cream and pink, plain/red back foliage. Semi Mini Price: $8.00
Opera Doc 1999 (S. McGaha) Blossom: double blush pink/Variable green tips. Foliage Dark green, plain, pointed. Miniature trailing Price: $8.00
Robs Silver Spook 1989 (Robinson) Semidouble white and light lavender. Crown Variegation medium green, pointed. Semi Mini Price: $8.00
Cajun's Beautiful Oblivion 2013 (B. Thibodeaux) Single-semidouble purple frilled star/pink and white fantasy. Variegated dark green, cream and pink, plain. Standard Price: $8.00
Honeysuckle Rose 1987 (J. Munk/M. Dattalo) Double lavender-rose. Variegated green and white. Standard trailer Price $8.00
Indian Trail 1980 (T. Khoe) Single fuchsia-red. Plain, quilted, pebbled. Miniature trailer Price: $8.00
Midnight Rascal 1995 (S. Sorano) Semidouble medium blue pansy/raspberry frilled edge. Medium green, ovate, quilted/red back. Semiminiature Price: $8.00
Ode to Beauty 1992 (G. Cox/B. Johnson) Semidouble medium coral star/thin raspberry band, white edge. Dark green, plain, quilted. Large Price: $8.00
Rob's Loose Noodle 2001 (R. Robinson) Double white star/blue edge. Medium green, pointed. Miniature Price $8.00
Senk’s Snowy Egret 2008 (R. Follett/D. Senk) Single white ruffled pansy/variable orchid veins and blush. Variegated medium green and white, longifolia. Standard trailer Price: $8.00
Vallarta Campanas Morados (G.Beck) Single dark purple bell. Dark green/red back Miniature Trailer Price: $8.00
Little Ebony, 1996 (P. Sorano) Semidouble dark blue pansies with dark green, red back foliage. Quilted, pebble. Semi Mini Price $8.00
Omaha Thunder, 2001 (K. Stork) Single-semidouble dark red star flowers. Medium-dark green, pointed, serrated/red back foliage. Standard type plant Price: $8.00
Buckeye Country Gal, 2000 (P. Hancock) Semi-double light fuchsia ruffled pansy/lavender-purple fantasy. Variegated green, pink & cream, heart, glossy, serrated foliage. Large plant type Price: $8.00
Rob's Humpty Doo 1996 (R. Robinson) Semidouble white sticktite pansy/wide bright blue edge. Medium green, pointed, glossy. Semiminiature trailer Price: $8.00
Senk's Neverland Dreams 2008 (R. Follett/D. Senk) Single-semidouble purple wasp. Variegated dark green and white, scalloped girl foliage/variable red back. Semiminiature Price $8.00
Sizzlin’ Romance 2008 (P. Sorano) Semidouble light coral-red pansy/maroon sparkle edge. Dark green, ovate, quilted/red back foliage. Large Price: $8.00
Powwow 1992 (K. Stork) Semidouble red pansy flowering. Variegated green and cream, plain foliage leaves. Standard Price: $8.00
Ness' Angel Babe 1992 (D. Ness) Semidouble-double pink ruffled pansy. Dark green, plain/red back leaves. Mini Price: $8.00
Wrangler's Gamblin Fever 1986 (W. Smith) Semidouble fuchsia pansy. Variegated dark green and pink, plain, quilted, serrated foliage. Standard Price: $8.00
Morgans Twilight Rose, (C. Eros) Single to semi-double pink. Medium green leaves. Semiminiature Price: $6.00
Alliance, 1997 (D. Croteau) Blue with white and pink fantasy streaks, semidouble flowers. Dark green foliage with Tommie-lou’ variegation. Large Price: $8.00
Honeysuckle Rose, trailer, 1987 (J. Munk/M. Dattalo) Double lavender-rose. Variegated green and white foliage. Standard trailing Price: $8.00
Tomorrows Pink Ice 2000 (Jeff Smith) Semidouble light pink ruffled star/raspberry band, white edge. Medium green, plain, quilted. Standard. Price $8.00
Amour Elite 2009 (E. Arkhipov) Semidouble white frilled/pink patches, blue fantasy. Medium green, plain. Standard (Rus/Ukr). Price: $8.00
Biscayne Trail (S. Williams) Champion Variegated. Semiminiature Trailer Price: $8.00
Blue Girl, 1932 (C. Ulery) Single blue-violet. Round girl foliage, medium to dark green. Vintage. Standard. Price: $8.00
Blue Silhouette 1996 (S.Sorano) Semidouble light blue two-tone pansy/variable white, green. Black-green, plain, pointed/red back. Semiminiature. Vintage Price $8.00
Amethyst, 1957 (Armacost & Royston) Single red-orchid. Heart-shaped, quilted, glossy foliage. Standard Price: $8.00
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" Price: $8.00
Definitely Darryl 1991 (H. Pittman) Double medium blue/lighter band, white edge. Variegated medium green and white, plain. Semiminiature Price: $8.00
Edge of Darkness 2014 (Sorano) Semidouble dark purple star/frilled white edge. Variegated dark green and ivory, serrated/red back. Large Price $8.00
Everdina 1983 (H. Inpijn/R. Nadeau) Double lavender/violet-blue fantasy. Medium green, plain, pointed. Miniature Price: $8.00
Fairy Fountains (P. Tracey) The leaves are glossy and light green in color. The flowers are pink in color. They are double in type and star shaped. Semi Miniature Trailer. Price: $8.00
Hearts Aglow 1996 (S. Sorano) Semidouble fuchsia star/ivory blush. Dark green, quilted/red back. Standard Price: $8.00
Jolly Fireball, (H. Pittman) Semidouble to double deep burgundy red blooms. Dark green, pointed foliage. Semi Mini. Price: $8.00
Chanticleer, Vintage, 1963 (Eyerdom) Double light pink. Dark green, ovate, pointed, quilted foliage. Standard Price: $8.00
Jersey Starlight Trail 2014 (R. Kurzynski) Semidouble white pansy/pink eye. Semiminiature trailer Price: $8.00
Jolly Gold (H. Pittman) Double yellow and white. Light green, plain. Semiminiature Price: $8.00
Jolly Sun Chaser (H.Pittman) TX Hyb Double white and yellow. Dark green, plain. Semiminiature. Price $8.00
Jolly Texan 2007 (H. Pittman) Blossom-Double dark red pansy. Foliage - Dark green, plain, quilted. Semiminiature Price: $8.00
LE-Melody of Rain (E. Lebetskaya) - Huge single and semidouble, ruffled lavender stars/ white eye surrounded by a raspberry border, and white and pink fantasy puffs. Light to medium green, quilted, serrated foliage. Standard. Price: $8.00
Linda Darnel 1979 (P. Tracey) Double dark violet-blue. Plain, quilted. Semiminiature trailer Price: $8.00
Lunar Lily White - (J. Dates) Single to semidouble, pure white wasp flowers with elongated petals. Medium green foliage. Semi Miniature Price $8.00
Mac's Scorching Sun 2012 (G.McDonald) Semidouble coral-red pansy/white edge. Crown variegated medium green and yellow, pointed, serrated. Semiminiature Price: $8.00
Pink Mint (S. Sorano) Double light pink star, green tips. Medium green. Semi-miniature trailer Price: $8.00
Morgan's Declan Duff 2010 (C. Eros) Single white pansy/fuchsia patches. Light green, plain. Miniature Price: $8.00
Music Box Dancer (S. Sorano) Semidouble-double rose-pink large star/wide white shaded edge. Medium green, quilted. Standard Price $8.00
Suncoast White Spirit, S. Williams, Semi double, white large flowers, medium green leaves. Standard Price: $8.00
Petite Deep Purple Semi Miniature African Violet plant, no description Price: $8.00
Pixie Pink 1974 (L. Lyon) Single light pink/rose eye. Plain, ovate. Miniature trailer Price: $8.00
Ness Satin Rose, (D.Ness) Double rose-mauve two-tone star. Dark green, quilted, scalloped/red back. Semiminiature. Price: $8.00
Rob’s Wagga Wagga 1994 (R. Robinson) Double dark blue sticktite/variable white marking. Medium-dark green, plain, pointed, serrated. Semiminiature trailer. Price: $8.00
RS-Gertsoginia [RS-Duchess] 2018 (S. Repkina) Semidouble-double burgundy-red large ruffled star/wide white edge. Medium green, quilted. Standard (Russ/Ukr) Price: $8.00
Shirl's Hawaiian Lei 2004 (S. Sanders) Single purple pansy/white eye. Variegated medium green and white, heart-shaped. Miniature Price: $8.00
Shy Blue 1993 (S. Sorano) Double light blue pansy. Variegated dark green and white, plain, pointed, glossy. Semiminiature Price $8.00
Diplotrichae Punter #0, 1947 (B. Burtt) Single pale lilac flowers. Dark green, pointed, serrated leaves. Small standard plant type Price: $8.00
Sweethearts Dance 2016 (P. Sorano) Semidouble-double vivid pink pansy/blue fantasy. Dark green, quilted, serrated/red back. Standard Price: $8.00
Hearts Aflutter, 2010 (P. Sorano) Semidouble-double pink frilled pansy/violet-red band, pink edge. Medium green, quilted, serrated. Large. Price: $8.00

20 thoughts on “African Violet Plants

  1. Very nice plants. The first African violets I purchased when I decided to try and replicate my grandmother’s passion for the flowers. Amethyst is now huge and never stops blooming. Little Punter was almost lost but bounced back and is now covered with blooms again. Chanticleer has just flowered for the first time and is simply charming. Thank you for offering so many vintage varieties!

    1. Hello Karen, thank you for your kind words. Happy to hear your violet growing hobby has turned into a success, I am sure you have your grandmothers green fingers 🙂 regards, BV

  2. I am just starting to collect A/V. My mother and grandmothers had the greenest thumbs. My question is this – I have ordered two plants. When they come, how long before I transplant them to slightly larger pots? Ive finally found success by using wicks, grow lights and the right kind of potting medium.

    1. Hello Cherry, thank you for your question. Great to hear you have find a right balance to grow your violets. I would recommend waiting 3-4 months for the ness angel glitter (it’s on the smaller size) & 2-3 months for frosty cherry. Hope this helps, regards, BV

  3. I am happy to report that I followed your instructions on renewing two, over 20 years old violets with very long woody necks. With much trepidation, I made the cuts, scrapes, and repotting. I did not kill them! And now, my deep pink with white edges and medium green, roundish leaves and the dark blue, dark green leaves, both pansy, are thriving and in full bloom. Thank you for your great advice! I also have one pale pink with darekr purple-pink centers in full bloom, so purchasing a couple more colors now to expand my collection.

  4. Hello
    I do not understand the difference of a trailer/trailing AV from a non-trailing? Could you
    Please explain
    Thank you Carol

    1. Hello Carol, thank you for your question. A non-trailing violet is often known as a rosette type of african violet. In a rosette african violet, the leaves grown from the center crown area in a circular or radial pattern. The non-trailing plant has a single stem from which the leaves grow. That is 2-3 leaves grow from the center, then as they grow larger, a second row of leaves grows and then a third row. As the violet grows larger, it will have 3-5 rows of leaves, all growing as a set of 3-4 leaves from the center. However, a trailing violet, has multiple center crowns, They can grow a set of 3-4 leaves not only from the center, but from the sides too. These plants have multiple stems growing from the same plant roots and are known as multi-crown plants. Hope this makes sense, regards, BV

  5. I would like to order 3 possibly 4 of your African violets, my problem is we are going away next week and I’m afraid that if I wait we get back to order they will be gone, so was wondering if you could hold till after the first of October?
    I just noticed you are in Clarksburg, MD , we lived 28 years in Lisbon, MD, that’s about 10 miles east of Mt. Airy, MD.
    Please you will hold them for me. In our move to VA. I lost all but 3 of the 15 violets that I had for years, so now I’m trying to replace them.
    Thank you and god bless.

    1. Hello Jan,

      thank you for your message. Yes, I can keep the violets on hold for you. Which ones are you interested in? I can double check to make sure I have them in stock. Yes, I am in Clarksburg, soon moving more north to Monrovia/Ijamsville area. Once again, let me know which varieties and I make sure I have them. regards, BV

      1. Thank you for agreeing to hold them for me. Unfortunately I noticed 2 of the 4 I wonted sold out. Here are the 2 Cajun’s Lil Joy and Omaha Thunder.
        When you have these 3 back in stock please let me know right away, I will purchase them right away. They Frosty Cherry, Honeysuckle Rose, and differently Twist and Shout.
        How would you like do this you go ahead pull them andi contact you when we get home or would like for to go ahead and place my.order.snd you wait to mail them ? Let me.and again thank you and as always God Bless

          1. I hate to do this but I’m going to have to cancel Cajun’s Lil Joy and Omaha Thunder. I went up to NY to visit my daughter and her family, we ended up with a family emergency. That is I’ve been sense and have no idea when I will return home. I thought it not right that get you to order those violets for me when you can sale to someone else. Hopefully when I do return home I can order them and hope you will have them. Thank you very much for doing that for me. People like you will always get my business.
            I wish you luck in your move and I feel for you. My move is still fresh in my memory. After living in a house for 28 years you can imagine.
            Thank you again and god bless

  6. I just received an email that starter AVs are now available on your website. I’m looking for a bloom that is more blue than purple, however, I see a lot of those are already sold out. Will you receive more? Also, the nursery where I obtained 2″ AVs that I thought were miniature AVs where actually starter/baby plants and in bloom. Unfortunately, I’ve lost quite a few of them and I don’t know why. I provide the same care as my 4″ potted ones. Hence, I’m cautious about buying anymore of that size because of my track record. Any advice?

    1. Hello Victoria,

      If there are any sold out that you are still interested in, let me know and I can check my stock. I did update the listings also a few days ago. If you do buy smaller size ones, you should keep them in a ziploc baggie for 2-4 weeks, let them acclimatize to your new lighting and temperature. Then once you start seeing new growth, can open up the baggie for a week longer, then take them out of the baggie and put them on your stand. Usually you should water smaller plants less often as the roots are not developed and strong enough. Hope this helps, BV

  7. I read your page about how you grow your starter plants from a leaf. The other day I went to the nursery that sells 2″ potted AVs and noticed that on some of them the stems were very thick which seemed odd to me if it was a baby plant. I asked the associate and was told it may have been a cutting off of a mother plant? What does that mean?

    1. Hello Victoria,

      sometimes a small plant/sucker will start growing from the side of the mother plant, if it goes unnoticed, it can start growing as an individual plant, these can be removed from the mother plant and potted up. Sometimes, a new baby plant will grow off the shoot of a leaf if its rooted in the same soil as mother plant. It could also be a leaf cutting plant, grown the same way as starting a plant from leaf. Hope this helps, regards BV

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