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#96658 Jul 24th, 2007 at 06:48 PM
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If I post pics could some one help me figure out what I have?I been growing them for 9yrs and many are very different than the kind you find in stores.Some I got when I went to New york.Others were given to me I have know trouble growing them I just want to know what they are.

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We may be able to help you out......never know until we see pictures!!! thumbup

I LOVE African Violets...I have at least 10 of them right now...maybe 12. I just keep growing new ones from leaf cuttings from my others. clap

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I'll try to post them as soon as possable .

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I did'nt really get the pic.of them but if you click on photo bucket you can see them.Please help me find out what they are .I still have about 18 to still need identified.

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I don't know how to navigate through your album and I couldn't see any of the plants on the front page well enough to identify them. I'm sorry I'm just not the brightest bulb in the box.


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Don't worry I don't have a clue what they are but they grow just fine I just wanted a name for them.Thank you.

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The one on the top left looks like an african violet with some white leaves. The one on the top right looks like a Gloxina plant but not sure. The other two I can not see good enough to tell what they are. Hope you don't mind but I put the picture in my post where it can be seen easier.


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I can see if I can post a better pic. of them.


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