Flowers Change Color
Flowers are either changing or loosing their color. These changes in color can assume numerous variations. Sometimes, flowers develop discolored spots, blotches or streaks. White or bi-colored flowers may suddenly exhibit traces of green. Reddish flowers may turn purple, or purple flowers may become a reddish color. And bi-colored or edged flowers may lose their color altogether.
To narrow down your search, look carefully at the flowers on your African Violet. Compare them to the descriptions below, and select the one that best describes what you are seeing.
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