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Multiple Crown Surgery On An African Violet

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Uploaded on Mar 7, 2011

http://www.fuzzyfoliage.com In this video, I show you how to perform surgery on a multi-headed monster, and you'll see me magically get six plants from one!
Have you ever let a sucker stay on your African violet for too long? How about multiple suckers? After a while, those suckers turn into their own little plants, and the whole mess keeps growing and growing... Before you know it, you're left with multiple crowns which will take away any chance for symmetry!

Well I'm gonna show you how to fix that! It's really not as hard as it seems.

Things you'll need:
- Multiple-crowned African violet (African violet with overgrown suckers)
- X-ACTO knife or razor blade
-Small pots or condiment cups
-Potting mix (I combine 1/2 commercial African violet mix and 1/2 perlite)
-Small amount of water
-Recycled plactic container or plastic baggies (to put rootless plant(s) in after surgery)

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