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Saving an African Violet Exposed to Cold Temperatures

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Some special care will determine whether your plant can survive the shock it has been through. This is a guide about saving an African violet exposed to cold temperatures.
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January 14, 2018

My African violet appears to have frozen to some degree after being left in temps of 34 degrees after the electricity went out. Can they be saved?

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January 15, 20180 found this helpful

Saving African Violet

Step 1
Move to warmer temperature immediately

Step 2
Remove any affected leaves to prevent rot

Step 3
Do not water or fertilize

Step 4
Put the plant in a plastic bag and seal it up. This will provide a greenhouse effect.

Step 5
If the plant is going to recover, you will see results in a few days

Step 6
In about a week, remove the bag and go back to your regular watering and fertilizing schedule. B

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