monique at bio.tamu.edu
Fri Jun 12 17:16:22 EST 1998
You can get pale water-damage spots on A.V. leaves if you hit them with water
that is a few degrees (about 10?) cooler or warmer than room temp.
Let your water sit for a few hours before you use it, then water from the
bottom and you won't have to worry about spills. (Probably not good to let
spilled water sit on them too long, though, if only because it sets up
favorable conditions for disease. )
Think--the silly things have got to be native somewhere (Africa) and they get
rained on, so they are fine with water, as long as it's not a temperature
>Is this the plant whose leaves can't get wet? A friend was telling me that
>he thinks that you have to be really careful when you water African Violets
>for this reason. If the leaves get wet the plant will die...is this correct
>or is it another plant?
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