What's a Noid?

gwtamaraJanuary 1, 2013

Noid stands for an African violet with No identification (No ID). Most of the African violets sold in grocery stores and garden centers don�t have a name. If you see a picture that looks like your violet, make sure to put a question mark after the name and let any trading partners know that you�re not 100 percent certain of the identification.

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