African violets are part of a large family of plants called “generiads” (gesneriaceae) [ges-neer-ee-ads], which include various, mainly tropical plants. Although we focus on the violets much of the time, the other gesneriads are included in our presentations and our shows. While violets all have a generally symmetrical, rosette-shaped appearance, the other gesneriads come in a variety of shapes, forms and colors. Periodically, we will be adding pictures of various gesneriads and our members who grow them.
We will be meeting in the main sanctuary room of the Friends Community Church,
5688 North First Street - just south of Bullard Ave.
The next CCAVS meeting will be October 16, 2017 starting at 6:30 p.m. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to call.
Our meetings are always open to the public, and feel free to email or call us with questions.
(559) 906-7366 Lola (Call/Text)
(559) 292-5624 Sue (Call)
(559) 260-9233 Teri (Call/Text)