Miniature African Violet

Hello,
I have a miniature African Violet, that while moving a couple months ago, got a book dropped on it. It lost over half of it's leaves. I removed all of the broken ones, and it has started to grow new leaves. Should I leave the four it has left so it can receive sunlight that way, or should I remove them to promote new growth on the small leaves? Also, will it grow back into a circular shape, or would it be better to start four new plants from the leaves?
Thank you for your advice,
Emily
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On 23 Jan 2004 22:12:33 -0800, snipped-for-privacy@smile-and-nod.com (Emily Preston) wrote:

Leave the leaves on. Keep turning the plant 1/4 turn every time it is watered, or once a week. I would start the broken leaves in vermiculite and see which one is the most symmetrical and give away the remaining plants. BTW, I recently started using Shultz African Violet food and my AFs are showing deeper color and more blooms than with the regular Shultz fertilizer (7 drops per qt).
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