A natural display of shimmering color! The vibrant purple flowers with cheery yellow and orange glowing faces are star performers. Fragrant flowers bloom profusely in spring and fall with lighter rebloom throughout the whole season.
Type: - Perennials
Height: - Short 5-6"
Spacing: - Plant 10-12" apart
Bloom Time: - Mid-Spring to Early Summer
Sun-Shade: - Half Sun / Half Shade to Full Shade
Zones: - 5-10 Find Your Zone
Soil Condition: - Normal, Sandy, Acidic
Flower: - Purple
Accent: - Yellow
Patent: - PP24,591
Pot Size: - 3.5" square x 4" deep
Features to Note
Good for Cut Flowers
Viola General Information
Viola are nostalgic, the flowers you remember from your grandmother's garden. Some are sweetly scented, others jump up in surprising spots and all offer glorious spring color. Delightfully happy in woodland settings in some shade or in sun with adequate moisture. Idaho has restricted all potted plant material from being shipped into Idaho at this time.
Viola Plant Care
Prefers evenly moist compost-rich soil. Can be pinched back before flowering to prevent legginess. Can be divided every 3 years in spring or fall. Shear back by 1/2 after bloom to freshen foliage. Remove seed heads to prevent prolific seeding. May benefit from watering during dry spells. Old foliage can be cut back in fall.