The plant is not flowering.
This symptom is most often associated with either a lack of sunlight or a deficiency of phosphorus. However, there are many reasons why an African Violet may not flower. You may either view the list of possible causes, or select from the list of additional symptoms below in order to narrow down your search.
Note: A plant that is not flowering should be distinguished from buds that are not opening. When a plant is not flowering, it will cease to even develop buds.
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