African violet seeds
Yes, an African violet [Saintpaulia spp] is an angiosperm. It's a flowering plant that produces seeds. Along with gymnosperms, angiosperms represent the division of flowering plants within the plant kingdom. But angiosperms differ from gymnosperms by having such characteristics as flowering and fruiting with seeds.
The seeds from an African violet are light tan to a light brownish color, very tiny, much smaller than the top of a sewing pin head.
Yes, the African Violet plant does reproduce asexually. It reproduces through losing its leaves. From there the leaves regrow the entire plant system.
the african violet
I have not found any information to say they are similar yet.
Please view the related link below by clicking on the link. There are many gorgeous African violet varieties.
Well, there is an African violet that when it blooms there is only the sex parts (pollen sacs) that appear so I am sure there are others. Ask you local nurseryman.
African violet is a popular house plant. It begins with the letter a.
Bryophyllum and African violet
African violet is a house plant. It begins with the letter a.
To produce seeds, the African violet must be pollinated, either by itself (rarely happens), by insects (happens sometimes) or by human intervention. African violets have both male and female attributes so they can be "self-crossed" or pollinated with pollen of any other African violet. When pollination works, a seed pod will appear at the base of the flower. You have to wait until the pod grows, and dries (it turns brown). The whole process can take up to 9-10 months. When the seed pod is mature, you only have to gently open it with a sharp knife and get the seeds. One seed pod usually produce at least 500 seeds (seeds are almost as small as dust).
An African violet is a one crowned plant that produces beautiful flowers at around 6 months. An array of colors from yellow, pink,blue-purple, red, rose and much more. There are also trailing types of African violets.
African Violets have seeds just like many flowers. The seeds are so small they almost look like 1/4 of an Ant. The seeds need moist and warm conditions. When planted the germination times vary by cross and by cultural conditions, but most seeds will germinate within 9 to 60 days, some may take longer. The best things about African violets is that they bloom over and over. A real special flower for sure.
Well, African violets in the wild disperse their seeds with the help from birds and certain insects. African violets as a rule do not self polinate because the seed pods are very hard. Hybridizers make a cut or break into the seed some how to get to the powder.
African violet, alyssum, aster and azalea are plants. They begin with the letter a.
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.
African violets can't grow 25 feet tall. Giant African violets are 12-16 inches.
I have given you a link to an African violet Ebook, on page 21 or about there is the answer to your question. Please follow the link below.
An African violet likes moist soil with no direct sun and plenty of fertilizer. When watering, blot off any access water on plant. Keep your African violet in a room between 62˚F and 72˚F. Fertilize everytime you water. Violets need at least six to eight hours of daylight a day.
That is an intriguing kuestion. African violets are succulent house plant and is used to beautify the indoor garden.the unikness of that plant add unikness too to the grower cause it is difficult to maintain a healthy type of st.paulia plant.
Young plants are called plantlets. You can cut a leaf with a 1 1/2 in stem left on and plant it in some African violet soil. In six weeks you will have tiny plantlets.I mean: The young of the African Violet grows from the parent's ______________. please answer this question !
Maybe a seed was droped from a bird flying over your house or maybe it was carried by the wind and fell in your yard. This is most likely a wild type of violet.