Common Blue violet
Traditional deep violet-purple flowers from March through June, dense clusters of 1-3" heart shaped glossy leaves, small cut flowers, spreads by seeds & rhizomes, tolerates mowing. State flower of New Jersey, Illinois, Rhode Island & Wisconsin!
Plant Hardiness Zones: 4a-8b
Other names: Wooly Blue Violet, Dooryard Violet, (formerly Viola papilionacea)
Native Range: ND, s. QC, c. ME south to FL & e. TX
Germination - Easy: Surface sow in fall or cold stratify 9 weeks
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