Variegated African violet seeds produce plants that have foliar variegation, i.e., the leaves have interesting white or yellow markings with no chlorophyll. The plants are of standard size although there are also smaller plants and miniatures in the mixture. Variegated plant seeds germinate a bit more slowly than their all-green cousins. When the seedlings from variegated plant seeds are young and small they show only a slight degree of variegation or none at all, but they will all show this trait at maturity. The flowers will have various colors and shapes and are not affected by the foliar variegation.