African Violets have round to oval leaves that are finely hairy and slightly fleshy, usually dark green. The flowers grow in clusters, and have five-lobed velvety petals. They are often grown a houseplants, but can also be grown outdoors. They were recently reclassified from the latin name Saintpaulia to Streptocarpus sect. Saintpaulia. It is native to Eastern and South Western Tanzania. ‘Cajun’s Royal Knockout’ has crinkled dark green foliage and produces double purple flowers with a green frilly edge.

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It has no serious pest or disease problems.

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