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The favorites of all flower growers, Saintpaulia, or Uzambara violets are also perfect for placing in a children's room. Their velvety leaves, covered with a surprisingly pleasant to the touch, leaves are collected in neat, almost ornamental miniature rosettes, over which luxurious flowers bloom. Pretty and modest, they never cease to bewitch with the miracle of touching flowering.
Indoor violets will not only introduce the child to blooming crops that can gratefully respond to proper care with almost continuous flowering, but also help develop tactile senses. The beauty of this queen of indoor plants, the variety of colors, the ease of growing plants literally from a leaf will give pleasure to children who are beginning to get acquainted with growing indoor plants. Gentle watering, turning and feeding and gentle lighting are all you need to be successful.
Violets today have many varieties that differ in size, shape and color of leaves, features of the structure of the flower, and you can make up whole collections of simple, two-color and terry violets decorated with funny ruffles. They are able to place touching color accents in the children's room. Violets are fragile and delicate plants, it is a pleasure to care for them, and you can really endlessly admire the beauty of flowers. This is one of the best self-growing plants that will help you learn how to root leaves and grow a blooming miracle right before your eyes.
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