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Rob's Cherry Soda

Sdbl. rose pansies speckled with dark rose-red fantasy.  Dark variegated miniature foliage.  Very heavy bloomer.  AVSA #8055


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Rob's Cherry Soda

Average Rating 4.8 out of 5

Rob's Cherry Soda

This is a beautiful little violet. I bought it several years ago and have started many babies from the leaves. It blooms alot and is very hardy.

Anonymous Jan 21 2014, 21:10 PM

Can't wait to see the flowers )))

I got this plant with my first order. It's a cute little one without flowers yet and I can't wait to see my first flowers on this plant. I'm very happy that all my plants came undamaged and in a great shape and health!!

Katsiaryna Minachkina Nov 16 2013, 11:10 AM

hardy little thing

I got this as part of the seller's choice package about 3 months ago. It came with a few blooms and has continued to bloom. I haven't had lots of blooms all at once, but it always has 1 or 2. I haven't had problems with the blooms coming out different color, as some others have commented. Mine blooms very true to the color in the picture. Overall, I''m happy with the plant and it's blooms.

Margaret Siirila Oct 18 2013, 04:11 AM

Cherry Soda Bubbles with Blooms

I received Cherry Soda a few months ago in perfect condition with one bloom on it. Now it has 17 blooms with more coming! I'm very happy with the number of blooms, however, my plant has no variegated foliage and the color of the blooms are not as vivid as the picture. The Cherry Soda plant I have is a cute, tidy miniature plant with lots of pinky-mauve blooms.

Mary Fleming Sep 08 2013, 16:30 PM

Color not the same

I've had this plant about 3 weeks. It came with an abundance of buds, but only one opened. I'm hoping it's a slow starter as someone else mentioned. The color is more of a lilac than dark rose. Still pretty!

Mary Castor Jun 29 2013, 11:10 AM

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