This plant gets its name from the goldfish looking flowers. This plant is adorable while in bloom. It can flower anytime of year.
Water: keep evenly moist but not soaked.
Humidity: use a humidity tray or grow near a humidifier. Humidity is key to get it to thrive and keep pests away.
Soil: use soil that retains moisture. African violet soil is good.
Light: bright indirect sunlight. If growing outside, partial sun.
Tip: for a bushier plant, pinch off the tips of the vines, and let it branch out.
Hardiness Zone: 10-11 some growers in 9b claimed to successfully grow them outdoors year round as ground cover for their gardens.
You will receive a small plant in a 4” pot similar to the one in the photos.