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Ma's Pillow Talk

3rd Best New Cultivar at 2003 AVSA.  Large, frilly, double white pansies held above excellent, heavily variegated TL foliage.  Standard showplant.  AVSA #9133  (photo of home violet courtesy of Alexandra Kravtsov).


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Ma's Pillow Talk

Average Rating 4.5 out of 5

Ma's Pillow Talk

I ordered this plant last fall... It was tiny ,but healthy... It arrived and was a bit wobbly... It took a while for it to "hold on" to the soil... But it did...and it's growing wonderfully...can't wait for her first blooms! Love this one!

Lorraine Shipman Aug 16 2021, 12:12 PM

Lovely plant

Got this a while back and still waiting on blooms. It is growing nicely and the color is coming in on the edges. Been a very easy plant to grow for me.

Ginger Parker Apr 12 2021, 00:05 AM

Beautiful thriving plant

This is my first Ma's Pillow Talk. It has beautiful variegated foliage and I am looking forward to seeing it bloom. My little plant arrived very healthy and I really appreciate the extra care taken with packaging and shipping.

Mary Royals Aug 24 2020, 13:32 PM

Soft like a pillow

The booms on this violet are a beautiful soft cream color & so relaxing to look at! Then there is the variegation. What’s not to love about this one.

Phyllis Van Dyke Jul 20 2020, 15:02 PM

Ma’s Pillow Talk

The second one I purchased with the same disappointing results......double crowns The first did not survive (1st time I separated a double crown) With the 2nd one I sacrificed one and this time I succeeded (Maybe) Ihave beautiful white blooms but they are growing on one side of the plant. However the other day I noticed that the other side is putting out buds.We shall see. Since this happened twice to the same plant.......is this normal for this plant to do this and why not an FYI to warn us of this fate Slightly discouraged,Barbara

Barbara Jul 10 2018, 23:51 PM

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