viola

Viola 'Blackjack'

Viola ‘Blackjack’


Viola cornuta 'Azurella'

Viola cornuta ‘Azurella’


Viola cornuta 'Azurella'

Viola cornuta ‘Azurella’


Viola cornuta 'Azurella'

Viola cornuta ‘Azurella’


Viola 'Dancing Geisha'

Viola ‘Dancing Geisha’


Viola 'Freckles'

Viola ‘Freckles’

(Under construction)
Ever since the first package of viola seed that was sown in my garden more than 20 years ago, I have decided that my garden must have viola. At one time, they almost naturalized in part of my garden, but they eventually completely disappeared. The newer and much more expensive seeds I bought in recent years do not have as much vigor, and hard to keep them going by self-sowing.

Viola ‘Blackjack’

Black flowers are always welcome.

Viola ‘Blue Shades’

Viola ‘Dancing Geisha’

This is being used as a filler for the woodland garden.

Viola ‘Freckles’

This is a weedy Viola, but the dark green foliage and cool freckle white flowers make me keep it around.

Viola cornuta ‘Azurella’

This is being used mostly as a filler.

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