Violets seeds are very hard and don't very often self pollinate so we need to puncture it with an exacto knife to get to the pollen to pollinate the stigma.
A miniature violet is recognized by the African violet association to measure not larger than 6 inches in diameter.
An African Violet is a flower, also known as saintpaulia.
The significance of an African violet is they make a nice hobby for a person. They signify beauty and sweetness.
No they are to totally different types of plants, Marigold = Tagetes and African Daisy = Diamorphotheca. In order for them to cross-pollinate they have to be compatible at least at a genus level
African violet seeds
the african violet
These are not related to the African violet family, they are in the lily family.
'Saintpaulia' is the basic, genus name for all African violets. If the gardener doesn't know the exact kind of African violet, then the scientific, Latin or binomial name properly is written as 'Saintpaulia spp', with 'spp'meaning 'species'. But an example of a properly named African violet is 'Saintpaulia ionantha'. The word 'ionantha'means 'violet-like'. It's the name that was given to the very first African violet that came to the attention of Europeans, in 1892.
No, an African violet is not a monocot. Monocot types are: Orchids, iris, and daffodil's. Please look at the related link below.
Please view the related link below by clicking on the link. There are many gorgeous African violet varieties.
· African Violet
With the right conditions ,yes.
Absolutely, it does have a sticky stigma.
· African Violet
African violets are propogated by leaf cuttings.
Usually African violets are classified as flowering indoor houseplants.
African violet is the common name the proper name is Saintpaulia.