The Annapolis Valley African Violet Society is a
small group of people in the Annapolis Valley of Nova Scotia who meet
monthly to discuss the growing and care of Saintpaulias (African Violets)
and other related plants in the gesneriad family. The group is highly
active and between them, the members grow approximately 450 different
varieties of African Violet, Streptocarpus, Columnea, Aeschynanthus,
Sinningia, Episcia and Primulina. Many of the members attend African Violet
Conventions and shows throughout
and the U.S.A. The AVAVS is
affiliated with the African Violet Society of Canada
(AVSC) and the African Violet Society
The AVAVS has a judged show each year where the growing efforts of its
members are recognized and rewarded. In its membership, the AVAVS has
two Senior AVSA certified Judges as well as an Advanced Judge and a Student Judge who provide the group with a wealth
of information on showing and judging plants.
The AVAVS maintains an extensive library of books, magazines, newsletters
and CD ROMs that are available to its members by contacting our librarian . If you sign out any library materials, the Librarian requests that the materials be returned in the Club’s calendar year; that is, if you borrow something in October 2014, the Librarian would like it returned no later than June 2015, which is our last Club meeting of the current year.
To view the list of available library items click here .
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The AVAVS is always eager
to have new members and if you are interested in sharing your growing
experiences with us or learning more about African Violets and other
Gesneriads please contact one of the executives or e-mail us at AVAVS.
African Violet Society of Canada Collection Rosettes here
View May 2012 Flower Show Album 2012 Album.