Wednesday, May 08, 2013

Almost Wordless Wednesday: Our African Violet


June 2008, 13 years old
May 2013, 18 years old

12 comments:

  1. The older, the more beautiful! Too bad that doesn't work for us humans! Lovely! I do love my African Violets!!

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  2. Nice! It must be very happy there.

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  3. I used to grow them but it takes the right window and eventually I gave it up here. The right window has the wrong light. They are so beautiful though-- love your photos

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  4. Amazing how dear some of our old bloomers are to us. Lovely violet.

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  5. Sweet thing to contemplate as I recupe from gall bladder removal. Thanks!

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  6. Nice, healthy little African violet. My wife would be jealous.

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  7. Grass Valley is good for your bones as well as for your African Violet (-:

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  8. Yours are thriving and lovely. I have yet to have any luck with them and consider any attempts on my behalf to grow them, violet abuse. Don't know what I am doing wrong.

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  9. My mother had an African violet that she kept alive for 25 years or more. When she died, her green thumb died with her because my father wasn't able to keep the plant going very long after that.

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  10. You guys are magic. What you touch thrives. That might be one of the healthiest African violets I've ever seen.

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  11. T's mother was named Viola---beautiful touchstone for memories.

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  12. I love this post because it is very very interesting.Thanks you very much for shearing this article

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