Carole on African violet leaves –… cloudviolets on Pest attack..! Jenifer on Pest attack..!
Category Archives: Gesneriads
It’s been a long time since my last post but I’ve had a busy few months and have now propagated a number of plants for a variety of Gesneriad species. One of these is Streptocarpus saxorum, a member of the … Continue reading
I watched a great programme the other night called ‘Great British Garden Revival’ on BBC 2. It had a section on house plants which is pretty rare in my experience for most gardening progs! I had a bit of greenhouse … Continue reading
Just thought I would share an interesting blog article that I stumbled across today. It was quite interesting to read about someone’s experience when coming across this familiar little plant in the wilds of Africa (Tanzania to be precise). I … Continue reading
After the interest that we’ve had for our african violets at http://www.cloudviolets.co.uk we have started to grow a few other members of the Gesneriad family, including streptocarpus. These attractive plants, also known as cape primroses, have a fantastic array of … Continue reading