Funky new African Violet…‘Neverfloris’

Jul 26, 2010

One of my favorite new things I found at OFA the week before last...A funky new African violet that makes these fuzzy little green "flowers". They never open up into a traditional flower with petals. I like to call them the "man's violet", lol. It's called 'Neverfloris'.

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You can even use it like a flower "frog"...you know the little metal circle of spikes that allow you to hold cult flowers in place. You can use 'Neverfloris' as a base to hold other flowers, decor, little birds, etc. Too cute.

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Russell
Sep 28, 2010
11:55 am

I like to see someone is taking an interest in the Neverfloris Violet.  We have sold several but most of the market is still unaware it exists.  Thank you for taking the time to post information about our violet.  .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

Karen Kerchner
Jul 27, 2011
12:57 am

I JUST PURCHASED A NEVERFLORIS.  I AM GLAD TO FIND OUT WHAT IT IS.

Leslie Finical Halleck
Aug 03, 2011
6:50 pm

Karen, I like to call it “the Man’s violet” lol. I’ve seen florists also use it like a flower frog…inserting cut flower or other decor into the green flowers. Quite interesting.

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