Want to be a member? Join us for our monthly meeting on Saturday, 10/26/19, 10:00am
Even if you’ve never grown a plant, come visit us one Saturday morning for our once a month (last Saturday of the month) meetings. We have great growers who pass on tips to newbies. You might find a new hobby or a new friend. And, violets are fascinating! Kathy
First Lakeland African Violet Society
(organized July 9, 1979)
President: Mary Jane DiLorenzo, email@example.com
Secretary: Carol Ann Burrell, firstname.lastname@example.org
Treasurer: Barbara Carnicelli, email@example.com
Monthly meetings are on the fourth Saturday, 10am to 12 noon
Meetings: Lake Pointe Village (in clubhouse library), 277 Lake Erie Dr., Mulberry, Fl. (across the street from the Mulberry Post Office.)
Visitors are more than welcome to come to a meeting!
Just call our president, Mary Jane DiLorenzo at 863-529-5420 or CLICK HERE , Thank You!
African violets are perhaps the most popular flowering houseplants grown in the world today. There are many reasons for this.
- The plants generally flower the year round, giving an almost continuous display of blooms.
- They require the same temperatures humans find comfortable, making them easy to raise in our homes
In short, few plants have so many positive characteristics for a successful partnership with humans; fewer still have enjoyed the African violet’s immense popularity and success.