Saintpaulia Hovariagata, commonly known as variegated African Violet, is a small and bushy plant with soft, round leaves, which are green with white sparkeling variegation.
It producing purple flowers multiple times a year, which last for multiple weeks. African violets are essentially 20th century plants, first discovered along ravines in deep undergrowth about 1890 in the wilds of equatorial east Africa.
Bloom: Purple, Light Fragrance
Light: Bright Light not direct light
Moisture: Keep moist, best in a self watering container
Humidity: Regular home humidity
Fertilizer: Weakly weekly
Mature Size: 4in tall, 8in wide