Welcome to Southern New Jersey African Violet Club
Thursday, January 29 2015 @ 08:32 PM CST


Welcome to the Southern New Jersey African Violet Club Website. (SNJAVC) Our regularly scheduled meetings are on the second Saturday of every month at 10:00am. We meet at the Elwood Volunteer Fire Company in Elwood, NJ. Please click here for a map.

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Next SNJAVC Meeting

February 14th 2015
10am - 12pm
Elwood Fire House
414 Elwood Rd
Elwood, NJ 08217

Don't Bug Me, talking about bugs and plants.

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Fairy African violet

This is a Fairy African violet, if you want to learn more about these, please join us on Nov 8th for another African Violet program...

fairy African violet

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Socializing before this morning's meeting.

Socializing before this morning's meeting.

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Guess which plant has been eating its Wheaties????

Guess which plant has been eating its Wheaties????

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Insects and Insecticides

At our March 2010 meeting, our guest speaker, Joseph Argentine, PhD., entomologist, gave a presentation on “Insects that Affect Growth Development and Life of an African Violet and Effective Insecticides.

Insects and Insecticides

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Watering Techniques and Humidity

Humidity is just as important to African Violets as moisture in the soil. At our November 2009 meeting, we learned about different watering techniques and establishing the best growing conditions. Click the link below to download the workshop.

Watering Techniques and Humidity

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Wonderful World of African Violets

Basic care information for violet enthusiasts. Click and download the information that was shared at our initial club meeting in September 2009.

Basic Care for African Violets

Learn about the history of African Violets and how to reproduce them as presented during our October 2009 meeting.

The History, Cross-Pollination and Propagation by Leaf of African Violets

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Still a Household Favorite



Drew Brining of Hammonton is only 12, but already he's signed up with the Southern New Jersey African Violet Club.
He's even breeding his own plants.

It helps that his mother, Donna, is club president and owner of Fancy Bloomers, an African violet business. Still, he's unusual on two fronts: He's young and he's male in a segment of the horticultural world saddled with a "little old lady" image that just won't quit....Continue Reading


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