Viola Pedatifida

Viola Pedatifida

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Description

Rare pale purple Viola.

This is a great variety for the keen alone gardener that enjoys the Viola but wants something different to the normal varieties. Best grown in the alpine area with free draining soil.

Flowering: Spring

Hardiness: Hardy

Height: 10cm

Spread: 10cm

 

Further information:

Around October/November this plant will go dormant for the winter so stick in the label near the plant so you don’t dig it up by mistake. It will  self seed around itself which is a bonus

Common Name: Prairie violet

Life Cycle: Perennial

Family: Violaceae

Foliage:  palmately / lacerate

Basic Colour: ( Blue )

Flower Colour: blue / purple

Natural Flowering:  April – June

Winter Hardiness: Fully Hardy

Height with Flowers: 8 cm

Soil Requirements: dry / well-drained / average / moist

Soil ph: acid / alkaline / neutral

Location: border/ containers / for the rock garden

Usage:  bee food plant / ground cover

Pruning: not required

Tolerates: drought tolerant

Origin: North America

 

Viola pedatifida (Prairie Violet) Growing Guide

Climate and Location: Prairie Violets thrive in full to partial sun.

Soil: Plant in well-draining, loamy soil with good aeration.

Planting: Space multiple plants about 6-12 inches apart.

Watering: Keep the soil consistently moist, especially during dry spells.

Pruning: Prune to remove spent flowers and encourage a tidy appearance.

Overwintering: Prairie Violets are hardy and can withstand cold winters.

Flowers: Prairie Violets produce small, violet-colored flowers with distinctively divided petals.

 

By following these simple guidelines, you can enjoy the beauty of Viola pedatifida, the Prairie Violet, in your garden.

Additional information

Weight 100 g
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Flowering season

Height

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Flower Colour

Description

Rare pale purple Viola.

This is a great variety for the keen alone gardener that enjoys the Viola but wants something different to the normal varieties. Best grown in the alpine area with free draining soil.

Flowering: Spring

Hardiness: Hardy

Height: 10cm

Spread: 10cm

 

Further information:

Around October/November this plant will go dormant for the winter so stick in the label near the plant so you don’t dig it up by mistake. It will  self seed around itself which is a bonus

Common Name: Prairie violet

Life Cycle: Perennial

Family: Violaceae

Foliage:  palmately / lacerate

Basic Colour: ( Blue )

Flower Colour: blue / purple

Natural Flowering:  April – June

Winter Hardiness: Fully Hardy

Height with Flowers: 8 cm

Soil Requirements: dry / well-drained / average / moist

Soil ph: acid / alkaline / neutral

Location: border/ containers / for the rock garden

Usage:  bee food plant / ground cover

Pruning: not required

Tolerates: drought tolerant

Origin: North America

 

Viola pedatifida (Prairie Violet) Growing Guide

Climate and Location: Prairie Violets thrive in full to partial sun.

Soil: Plant in well-draining, loamy soil with good aeration.

Planting: Space multiple plants about 6-12 inches apart.

Watering: Keep the soil consistently moist, especially during dry spells.

Pruning: Prune to remove spent flowers and encourage a tidy appearance.

Overwintering: Prairie Violets are hardy and can withstand cold winters.

Flowers: Prairie Violets produce small, violet-colored flowers with distinctively divided petals.

 

By following these simple guidelines, you can enjoy the beauty of Viola pedatifida, the Prairie Violet, in your garden.

Additional information

Weight 100 g
Climate

Flowering season

Height

,

Planting area

,

Position

,

Flower Colour

17 reviews for Viola Pedatifida

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  1. Gill Coombes (verified owner)

  2. Lisa H. (verified owner)

  3. Keith (verified owner)

    Nice heathy plant

  4. SHEILA DAVIDSON (verified owner)

  5. Patricia (verified owner)

    Lovely plant, thanks again.

  6. Fatima Araujo (verified owner)

    Very pretty prairie violet that looks amazing at the front of the border. Quick delivery too.

  7. Geoff Bennett (verified owner)

  8. John H. (verified owner)

    Good quality plant. Settling in very nicely, looking forward to seeing it flower.

  9. Anonymous (verified owner)

  10. Jean (verified owner)

  11. Martin C. (verified owner)

  12. Les (verified owner)

    PSB

  13. Jo (verified owner)

  14. rod russell (verified owner)

  15. Christine Watson (verified owner)

    All plants beautifully packed and in excellent condition

  16. Andrew Wright (verified owner)

  17. SALLY H. (verified owner)

    Superb service! Lovely, healthy plants and speedy delivery. Thank you!

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