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 Biologists that study African violets?

Answer They would be called Horticulturist.
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African Violets That Don't Bloom?

African violets have fuzzy, dark green leaves and attractive flowers in colors ranging from white to deep purple. Proper care of African violets will encourage new growth and blooms. Plants that do... Read More »
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How much light do African violets need?

African violets require eight to 12 hours of light a day for them to bloom and grow healthy. They do not like direct sunlight, this will cause burned leaves. Place your violets in a north or east w... Read More »
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How to Grow African Violets?

How to get your African violets to bloom. Basic growing techniques to grow a healthy, blooming African violet plant.
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What does pH in water do to African violets?

African violets grow best in slightly acidic soil (pH 6.0 to 6.5). The pH of water can change soil pH, causing the plant to suffer from nutrient deficiencies. If watered with softened water (alkali... Read More »
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