Viola

Viola

Viola

Sweetly fragrant little shade flowers can handle almost any soil

Violas, also known as pansies or johnny jump-ups, are native wild violets that have been improved upon in a myriad of ways. In addition to a wider variety of colors, violas are available with different bloom times and sizes, as well as improved temperature hardiness. These beauties are so popular, they serve as the state flowers for no less than four states--Illinois, New Jersey, Wisconsin and Rhode Island. All are fragrant, deer resistant and quite easy to grow.

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  1. Viola Sweet White Violet, Viola blanda, © Arthur Haines New England Wild Flower Society

    Sweet White Violets are perennial wildflowers native to the eastern United States and Canada. In the wild, they spread to form large carpets on the forest floor, with white flowers o...

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    Sweet White Violets are perennial wildflowers native to the eastern United States and Canada. In the wild, they spread to form large carpets on the forest floor, with white flowers on single stalks emerging in spring. Deep green heart-shaped leaves persist throughout the summer. It’s worth finding a spot for these easy-care, fragrant flowers in the shade garden. (Viola blanda)
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