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Pink Bicolor African Violet Houseplant

24.95
  • - Pet Safe: Yes
  • - Care Level: Medium
  • - Space Required: 12 inches
  • - Thrives In Rooms With: North or East facing windows
  • - Each 5-Inch Pot contains 1 Pink Bicolor African Violet Houseplant
Plant Features

The Pink Bicolor African Violet, part of the Saintpaulia family, is a charming and popular houseplant known for its delightful and vibrant flowers. This variety features beautiful pink blooms with bicolor patterns, often showcasing darker or lighter pink shades, and sometimes white edges. The plant forms a neat, compact rosette of soft, fuzzy leaves, which makes it an ideal choice for small indoor spaces like window sills or tabletops.

Troubleshooting tips for growing Pink Bicolor African Violet plants include looking for yellowing leaves. Yellowing or curling leaves can indicate overwatering or poor drainage. Water the plant when the top inch of the soil feels dry and ensure good drainage. If your African Violet is not producing flowers, it might need more light. Place it in a location with bright, indirect sunlight.

Powdery mildew is a fungal disease that can occur in humid conditions. Ensure good air circulation around the plant and avoid wetting the leaves when watering. Aphids and mealybugs can occasionally trouble African Violets. Treat with insecticidal soap or neem oil if pests are detected.

Attribute name Attribute value
Plant Needs
Sunlight Indirect, Bright - within 2-3' of a window
Watering Needs Consistently moist, but not waterlogged
Fertilizer Every 4-6 weeks
Humidity Level Medium (mist every 2-3 days)
Temperature 65-75 F
Care Level Green Thumb (plants require a little effort)
Attribute name Attribute value
Plant Characteristics
Height Category 4-6 inches
Mature Spread 6-10 inches
Habit Rosette-forming
Flower Color Pink
Foliage Color Green
Garden Styles Houseplant
Pet Friendly Yes
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