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Rob's Twinkle Blue


Barely 2" across when mature, yet it's a great showplant and easy to grow.  Sdbl. deep blue semibells over very tiny, nearly-black foliage.  Miniature.  AVSA #8616

$8.00


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Rob's Twinkle Blue

Average Rating 4.8 out of 5

Tiny perfection

Since so many reviews already mention the immaculate packaging I will skip to the unwrapping and the happiness felt when I first saw the four plants that made it safely through the middle of winter. Rob’s Twinkle Blue was a perfect, tiny replica of its larger relatives, much smaller than I’d imagined but a great introduction to microminiatures. In just a little more than a week it seems to be adjusting to its new home with new leaves coming up. I can hardly wait for the blooms!

Kyle Wallace Jan 12 2019, 08:07 AM

Rob's twinkle Blue

I had the best luck with this little cutie. The leaves are pointed and the flowers are so tiny and cute. Love this little plant And easy to care for.. NM

Norene Miller Jul 15 2018, 18:23 PM

Rob’s Twinkle Blue

Sweet tiny little violet with lovely burple blooms. One of my favorites ever.

Diana Sterrett Jul 10 2018, 21:46 PM

Rob's Twinkle Blue is Small & Adorable!

Rob's Twinkle Blue is a tiny, beautiful African violet. It has deep green leaves that grow and lay nicely and produce darling little flowers. I put mine in a Dandy Pot so that it won't dry out, with 25% liquid fertilizer to 1 gallon of water. Janice Penny, Huntington Beach, CA

Janice Penny Jun 20 2018, 00:16 AM

Rob's Twinkle Blue...

I ordered this little guy because he was so little and cute. I received the plant in good shape and in bloom. Despite a good start, I couldn't keep him alive. The plant dried out so quickly that I couldn't keep up with the watering needs. Putting in a larger pot was not advised. In my opinion, the really little plants are for someone who doesn't travel much and is home to take care of their frequent watering needs.

Carolyn Spurlock Apr 18 2018, 11:04 AM

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