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Transplanting African Violets

June 16, 2010

Two pots of African Voilets, Watering Can, gardening gloves, and extra pots against a white backgroundI recently repotted my African violets and they are droopy and are turning grey. What did I do? I have repotted them before and had no problem whatsoever. Please help!

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Hardiness Zone: 5a

By Robin from London, Ontario

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June 16, 2010

I have African violets that I have recently repotted. They look fine except some of them have wrinkled leaves?

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March 3, 2010

You can transplant African violets anytime, even if they are in bloom. Just keep in mind not to "over repot" them, in the same way they shouldn't be over watered.

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