Question by  Topea (90)

What is the best way to care for transplanted African violets?

I recently transplanted some African violets.


Answer by  laurah (110)

Keep the African violets damp but not sitting in water and don't let the soil dry out. They do best in a filtered light, a northeast exposure works well. Care for transplanted African violets is much the same as normal daily care.


Answer by  champaign9497 (11977)

If you make sure you water them regularly and put them where they will always get the morning sun and make sure the pots are small enough for them they will do very well.


Answer by  champaign9497 (11977)

When you do these always make sure you keep them in small pots they need to be root bound to grow well and thrive and make sure when you trans plant you do not disturb the roots ot the plants will die on you.


Answer by  MTGrandma (405)

African violets thrive best in an east window with filtered morning sun. Temperature should be approximately 65 degrees fahrenheit and high humidity. They need an acid mix soil with a small amount of slow acting fertilizer. Excellent information can also be found at various online sites.


Answer by  mightyspidey (1080)

Anytime a plant or flower is transplanted, it needs some extra special care to survive. Water it daily, make sure it is exposed to plenty of sun.


Answer by  saturno (325)

Firstly the ground in which the plants are growing must be a ground that does not allow to much the drained of the water since these plants need much water, must be watered constantly and must be placed in a dark place, the fertilizer requirements are the same for other plants, a common fertilizer for plants is sufficient.

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