5 edition of How To Select And Grow African Violets And Other Gesneriads found in the catalog.
How To Select And Grow African Violets And Other Gesneriads
Theodore James Jr.
January 1, 1987
by HP Books
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||144|
I now have a book available on indoor plant care | Quote | Post You might want to consider moving this thread over to the Gesneriad Forum so that members who grow African Violets and other Gesneriad plants will see it! click where it says Suggest the thread be moved to a different forum and scroll down and select Gesneriads, then click. The "Other" Gesneriads. Whatever is a gesneriad? Almost all individual plants belong to larger plant families. In the case of the African violet whose botanical name is Saintpaulia the larger family is the “Gesneriads” or Gesneriaceae in botanical Latin.
African Violets by Lyndon Lyon Greenhouses, Online Store African Violets by Lyndon Lyon Greenhouses: Search Results - African Violets Other Gesneriads Rex Begonias Misc. Perennial Flowering Plants Herbaceous Perennials All Flesh Is Grass Saintpaulia Terrarium Plants African Violet Begonia Shop Ideas Houseplants. African Violets. African violets make great easy-to-grow houseplants. These small potted plants love a spot with bright indirect light and moderate temperatures. African violet flowers come in shades of pink, purple, and white, and in combinations of these colors too. Typically when you purchase an African violet, it'll be happy in that.
Also known as Saintpaulia, African violets are amongst the best indoor plants to grow, especially if you are looking for a hint of color within the bright-colored flowers will perk up any boring space. For many people, however, they instantly shy away from this plant, believing that growing it will require a lot of effort. - Explore dianneasby's board "Gloxinia & Other Gesneriads", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Plants, Flowers and Planting flowers pins.
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As an African Violet & Gesneriad grower, enthusiast, and self proclaimed "Gesneri-addict", I strongly recommend this publication. I got this book when it was first published. I wanted a book that wood provide me with reliable information about African Violet culture. I /5(5).
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Alls pests, insects and disease of the African violet and how to treat them are included. Usually it is enjoyable to raise the lovely African violet hybrids available today.
But at times it seems African violets and other gesneriads have more pests than any other in. The book also has a chapter on “other gesneriads.” Streptocarpus, an African Plant Study.
Hilliard and B. Burtt. University of Natal Press So. Africa This book contains the “full story” on Streptocarpus up to the time of its writing. How to Select and Grow African Violets and Other Gesneriads. Theodore James, Jr., HP. Gesneriads: African violet cousins.
The African violet (Saintpaulia) is only one member of a large family of plants, most of which can be successfully grown by the home gardener. This Gesneriad family contains over know species, hundreds of which are being grown in cultivation.
This doesn’t include the many newer hybrids. We grow many more than what is pictured above. Plant Care Basics Light. Adequate light is important for good growth and bloom. Plants may survive in inadequate light, but will grow more slowly and not bloom well.
Any window that has strong, bright, light is good. Try to provide bright light, but not hot sun. Which window provides this will depend upon climate, season, and your particular home. A unique overview of popular plants in cultivation that belong to the Gesneriad family, including African Violets, Columnea, Streptocarpus, Gloxinia and others.
Learn to differentiate between these significant genera, and to understand the different cultural requirements for these and other cultivated gesneriads. How to Select and Grow African Violets and Other Gesneriads: Theodore James: Books - Vintage Bok How to Grow African Violets Sunset Book Carolyn Rector.
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A thread in the African Violets and Gesneriads forum, titled Semi Hydroponic, complete. 10 Tips for Caring for African Violets. 10 Tips for Caring for African Violets.
African violets are one of the most beautiful plants. They have the kind of charm that can cheer up your day. If you would like to grow them, or if you are new in growing them, you will most definitely use these tips.
Select appropriate propagating materials and using them, propagate African violets. Identify and control pest and diseases of African violets Discuss the role that light plays in the growth of African violets Describe greenhouses and other environmental control equipment used for growing African violets.
Violets (Viola)—though unrelated to African violets—are one of the February birth flowers, so a potted African violet can make a bright gift for a February birthday. African violets originally come from Tanzania, in East Africa. Find out more about these dainty flowers here.
Other Info. Home» How to select & grow African violets and other gesneriads» How to select & grow African violets and other gesneriads. Average Rating. Author. James, Theodore. Publisher. H.P. Books.
Pub. Date [c] Language. English. Choose a Format. Book Show Edition. Available from. African Violets, Gesneriads, Episcias, AFRICAN VIOLETS AND OTHER GESNERIADS While I do my very best to pack plants carefully to avoid damage, an outside leaf or vine may break in transit. This is sometimes unavoidable as boxes are routinely rolled, tumbled.
The African Violets and Gesneriads discussion forum at Dave's Garden. Far beyond the purple and pink-flowering plants found in grocery stores and many kitchen windowsills, African Violets are a popular houseplant for good reason - check out this forum to discuss the man.
'Streps' are pretty easy to grow and larger than African violets (AVs) with sometimes very huge blossoms. Morning Everyone, Greg I am not sure what I said that confused you. I may have been rambling and I am sorry. The AV 'Chimera' is the one I am trying to learn how to propagate.
Caribbean Basin African Violet & Gesneriad Society, Miami, Florida. likes. Organization.Gesneriads and how to grow them. [Peggie Schulz;] -- If you are familiar with some of the better known gesneriads-- African violets, episcias, and gloxinias-- then you will enjoy meeting and growing other members of this colorful clan.
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