"The plants arrived in healthy condition and were substantial size. They top of the leaves are lovely dark green with prominent veins. The delicate light purple flowers are long lasting and most pleasing. It was worth the wait to get these plants. At the end of the season, they are about double in size what I started with, so hopefully they will spread well. Very tolerant of full shade and drought."
Foxy Lady in MD
America loves violas, the genus that includes all the flowers called viola, violet and pansy. Our native wild violets are so popular, they serve as the state flowers for no less than four states--Illinois, New Jersey, Wisconsin and Rhode Island. And of course, there are hundreds of beautiful hybrids to bring a rainbow of color to your spring garden. All the ones below are special, and quite easy to grow.
We also have the seeds of the most popular wild viola, "Johnny Jump-up," Viola cornuta.
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