Redoubled: This is a Standard variety known as Redoubled. The leaves are medium to dark green in color. The flowers are burgundy-wine frilled in color with variable white tips. They are double in type and pansy shaped. The plant was hybridized by K. Stork.
“Growing to Show, How to Grow Prize Winning African Violets” by Pauline Bartholomew. This book not only contains great information about growing African Violets for show, but wonderful chapters about day-to-day African Violet care.
Robs Combustible Pigeon: This is a semi miniature African violet variety known as Robs Combustible Pigeon. The leaves are medium green, yellow and white in color with crown variegation. The leaves are plain and serrated in shape. The flowers are pink in color with blue fantasy markings and a white edge. They are pansy in shape and semi-double in type. The plant was hybridized by R. Robinson in 2005.
Rainbows Quiet Riot: This is a standard variety known as Rainbows Quiet Riot. The leaves are dark green in color. They are round, serrated and scalloped in shape. The flowers are blue-purple in color with white fantasy streaks. The flower type is a semi-double and flowers are star shaped. This plant was hybridized by R. Wasmund.
This is “Robs Neat Nelli” hybridized by Rob Robinson in 1996. The leaves are medium green, variegated, glossy and quilted in shape. The flowers are white, stickite with a pink red eye and the flower type is a semi-double. The plant is a seminiature variety.
How to remove African Violet suckers also on YouTube.