baby African violets

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  1. lori_15

    lori_15 New Seed

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    I could have sworn I posted this question.
    a friend of mine rooted 6 African violet leaves for me and all but one has several leaves. one plant actually has blooms!!!
    currently they are in a tiny 6 pack plastic container.
    they are sitting in E facing window in my Kitchen in south BC.

    my question is:
    when should I transplant them into 2" pots. had to resize photo to be accepted, hope it can be viewed well enough.
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  3. carolyn

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    plant them as soon as you can. as long as there are roots to support the plant they should be fine.
     
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    purpleinopp Young Pine Plants Contributor

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    Adorable! I don't have an anecdote to share, but love those cute babies!
     
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    waretrop Strong Ash Plants Contributor

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    @lori_15 , They look great... So up pot them but not a gigantic pot and keep them watered the same as you are doing now....
     
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    carolyn Strong Ash

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    Barb has a great point... not a huge pot. are these miniatures? if so they will never grow into large plants.
     
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