African Violet events in the month of May 2015

African Violet events in the month of May 2015:

  • Delaware County, Springfield, PA, African Violet Society of Springfield, Show & Sale, May 1st-3rd
  • Richmond, VA, Richmond African Violet Society, Club Meeting, May 2nd
  • Urbana Champaign, IL, The Margaret Scott African Violet Society of Urbana Champaign, Club Meeting, May 2nd
  • LaCanada Flintridge, CA, Southern California Council along with Burbank & Montrose AVS, Show & Sale, May 2nd
  • Buffalo, NY, African Violet & Gesneriad Society of Western New York, Show & Sale, May 2nd -3rd
  • Cleveland, OH, North Coast Gesneriad and African Violet Club, Show & Sale, May 2nd-3rd
  • Oshkosh, WI, Oshkosh Violet Society, Show & Sale, May 2nd-3rd
  • West Windsor, NJ, Garden State African Violet Cub, Show & Sale, May 2-3rd
  • Toronto, CA, Toronto Gesneriad Society, Club Meeting, Back to Basics: “Streptocarpus”, May 3rd
  • Voorheesville, NY, Capital District African Violet Society, Club Meeting, May 5th
  • Fairport, NY, African Violet and Gesneriad Society of Rochester, Club Meeting, May 6th
  • Sacramento, CA, Capital City African Violet Society, Club Meeting, May 7th
  • Kansas City, MO, Sho-Me African Violet Club, Club Meeting, May 8th
  • Baltimore, MD, Baltimore African Violet and Gesneriad Club, Show & Sale, May 8th-9th
  • Etobicoke, ON, Lakeshore African Violet Society, Club Meeting, May 9th
  • Madison, WI, Crosstown African Violet Club, Sale, May 9th
  • Medford, NJ, African Violet Club of Burlington County, Show & Sale, May 9th
  • Austin/Round Rock, TX – First Austin African Violet Society, Pottin’ Those Babies Speaker: Hands on Workshop, May 9th
  • Lincoln, MO, Lincoln African Violet Society, Show & Sale, May 8th-9th
  • Davie, FL, The Violet Patch of South Florida, Show & Sale, May 9th-10th
  • Blaine, MN, African Violet Society of Minnesota, Club Meeting- “Growing Streps”, May 12th
  • Morristownship, NJ, African Violet Club of Morris County, Leaf Bingo, May 13th
  • Baldwinsville, NY, African Violet & Gesneriad Society of Syracruse, Club Meeting, May 14th
  • Des Moines, IA, Evening African Violet Club of Des Moines, Club Meeting, May 14th
  • Wilmington, DE, Delaware African Violet & Gesneriad Society, Collecting Gesneriads in Ecuador, May 14th
  • Jacksonville, FL-, The Heart of Jacksonville African Violet Society, Gessies with Bobbi Johannsen, May 17th
  • Columbus, OH, Columbus African Violet Society, Club Meeting- African Violets 101, May 18th
  • Orlando, FL, The Central Florida African Violet Society, Club Meeting, May 20th
  • Cincinnati,OH, Cininnati & Dayton African Violet Societies, Club Meeting, May 21st
  • Kansas City,MO, African Violet Society of America, Annual Convention, May 24th-31st
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Standard African Violet plants

Standard African violet plants when fully mature range from 8-16 inches (20-40cm) in diameter across a single crown.

•Standard African violet plants when fully mature range from 8-16 inches (20-40cm) in diameter across a single crown.

• Standard African violet plants when fully mature range from 8-16 inches (20-40cm) in diameter across a single crown.

Ness Puppy Dreams Semi Miniature African Violet Plant Flower

Ness Puppy Dreams: This is a semi miniature African violet variety known as Ness Puppy Dreams. The leaves are medium green and quilted in shape. The flowers are white and pink in color. They are pansy in shape and semi-double in type. The plant was hybridized by D. Ness.

Robs Kitten Kaboodle Semi Miniature African Violet Plant

Robs Kitten Caboodle This is a miniature variety known as Robs Kitten Caboodle. The leaves are green and white in color with variegated wavy foliage. The flowers are white in color with blue edges. The flowers are ruffled and semi-double in shape. The plant was hybridized by R. Robinson in the year 2012.

 

Kentucky Strawberries Semi Miniature African Violet Plant Flower

Kentucky Strawberries: This is a semi-miniature variety known as Kentucky Strawberries. The leaves are dark green in color with serrated shape foliage with a red back. The flowers are fuschia in color with variable white tips. They are double in type. The plant was hybridized by D. Rollings.