Chimera African Violet Party Fun

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The interesting thing about Party Fun is that no two blooms are identical in pattern.   Often times not even similar.  These flowers were all removed from a single plant in bloom.   This chimera African violet with its dark green leaves has been a slower growing plant for me as compared to the other chimera violets in my collection. To see a mature plant in bloom click here.

This cultivar does not usually set suckers and perhaps the reason it’s availability appears limited.  Most of the “Party Fun” I have produced were in tissue culture and although I have had only limited success with this plant, when I am able to produce  plants there is a higher propensity for the  plants to have  solid purple flowers click here.

One final note,  in any literature on this cultivar there appears to be  a total  lack  of  credit as to the person that discovered and or was responsible for it’s early propagation and introduction of this plant.  Too bad!  It is an outstanding cultivar.


  1. Tyler
    Posted January 13, 2016 at 11:29 pm | Permalink

    Where can I get one of these? Can I order one?

  2. admin
    Posted January 14, 2016 at 8:51 pm | Permalink

    I do not have any at this time other then my one parent plant. I will be producing more when the parent blooms and I have a few bloom stalks to work with. Most likely it will be September before I have some for sale.

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