Wood Violet "Royal Robe"

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Varieties

 

'Texas Columbine'

Wood Violet

Native Wood Violet

 

Common Name: Wood Violet
Botanical Name: Viola sp.
Plant Type: Perennial
USDA Hardiness Zone: 3
AHS Heat Zone: 12 to 1
Light Requirements: Partial Shade; Full Shade
Water Usage: Low, Medium
Soil Type:  Well-Drained
Height:  6 in.
Spread: 12 in.
Season of Bloom:  February to May
Bloom Color: Lavender, Purple, White
Deciduous/Evergreen: Deciduous
Native TX Plant: Native
Wildlife Value: Butterflies

A great woodland groundcover. Use Wood Violets in areas of heavy shade where you want to encourage naturalizing/spreading plantings. They will bloom in early spring (purple, lavender or white) for six to eight weeks. Wood Violets tend to go dormant in our hot, dry summers and will return in the fall to remain green the rest of the year. Variegated varieties are also available.


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