Sunlight - Uneven Exposure
To grow symmetrically, African Violets need to receive equal amounts of sunlight on all sides. If a Violet receives all its sunlight on only one side, it will begin to grow lopsided.
If the largest side of your Violet is the one closest to the window, then it is probably getting uneven exposure to sunlight.
Begin rotating your African Violet a quarter turn, each week.
Rotate your African Violet a quarter turn, each week.
For more about African Violets and the light they need, see "Caring for African Violets."
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