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Botanical Name: Viola cornuta
Common Name(s): Viola
These are really short-lived perennials. The small flowers come in many colours: blue, crimson-ruby, violet, white, yellow and mixtures. Germination takes place at 16–20°C, so sow in autumn. Space seedlings 150mm apart. Plants should flower 16 weeks after germination. Deadhead regularly. Violas make wonderful container and bedding plants
Family: – Violaceae
Botanical Pronunciation: VYE-oh-luh kore-NEW-tuh
Semi Frost Hardy
Common Pests and Diseases
The small flowers come in many colours: blue, crimson-ruby, violet, white, yellow and mixtures. Plants should flower 16 weeks after germination.
Violas bears evergreen herbaceous foliage, that is smooth-textured.
Seed Sowing Instructions
Uses in landscape design
Violas make wonderful container and bedding plants.