African violet flowers have an almost crystalline quality. This one occupies space on a shelf above the kitchen sink, where it gets morning sun and some humidity.
This African Violet sits on the window sill above the kitchen sink. It has most lovely blooms, does it not?
This brilliant African Violet thrives in our east facing kitchen window.
Mere centimeters from well below zero C temperatures, this African violet flourishes on the windowsill above the sink.
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This Saintpaulia brightens our kitchen sink windowsill.
Our potted ornamental plants wait to be moved outside. They have been under artificial light inside, for months. One African Violet may not make it. Today is cloudy, near freezing, snowflakes falling, with a chill northeast breeze.
We wait, less than patiently now, for spring to arrive with its promise of pleasant evenings, sunny skies, mild times. However impatient we are though, spring will come in its own time and no sooner, when it is time, when it is ready. Much as I might prefer otherwise, patience . . .
This African violet is blooming on December 22. I have had potted plants for decades, never having luck getting African violets to bloom until moving to Canada, now it seems I can’t prevent them from blooming.
Its colour is very welcome on this gray and grismal day.