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Viola Pauanum

seeds of the VERY RARE Viola Papuanum. Obtained only as -Seed Collected Alpine Papua New Guinea- and probably not yet in cultivation! In a shady corner or a pot out of the sun it makes an attractive, slowly creeping carpet of tiny hairy leaves with miniature blue flowers in the spring,  Grows to 2 inches as a hardy perennial in zones 9-11 I'm presuming. If in doubt keep in a pot and bring inside in the winters.
Viola Pauanum

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Seeds from the Viola papuanum. Obtained only as Seed Collected Alpine Papua New Guinea and probably not yet in cultivation. In a shady corner or a pot out of the sun it makes an attractive, slowly creeping carpet of tiny hairy leaves with miniature blue flowers in the spring, Grows to 2 inches as a hardy perennial in zones 9 to 11 Im presuming. If in doubt keep in a pot and bring inside in the winters.



Viola pedatifida, Prairie Violet, Larkspur violet, purple prairie violet

very rare Viola Viola pedatifida.  This erbaceous perennial pops up in the spring.   A must for any  zone 3-8 garden.  Larkspur violet (also commonly called purple prairie violet or prairie violet) is native from Saskatchewan to Ohio south to Oklahoma and Arkansas.  This is a clump-forming plant that grows to 8" tall. Deep violet-blue flowers (to .75" wide) bloom on leafless stalks from spring into summer. Flowers have five petals, with the middle one prominently spurred. Leaves are divided into bird-foot-like segments with very narrow leaflets.
Viola pedatifida, Prairie Violet, Larkspur violet, purple prairie violet

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Seeds from this very rare Viola pedatifida. This erbaceous perennial pops up in the spring. A must for any zone 3 to 8 garden. Larkspur violet also commonly called purple prairie violet or prairie violet is native from Saskatchewan to Ohio south to Oklahoma and Arkansas. This is a clump forming plant that grows to 8 inches tall. Deep violet blue flowers to . 75 inches wide bloom on leafless stalks from spring into summer. Flowers have five petals, with the middle one prominently spurred. Leaves are divided into bird foot like segments with very narrow leaflets.



Viola Sawyers Black tricolor

seeds of this very unusual velvety almost black perennial with bright yellow centers is a viola called tricolor Sawyers Black. This 6-8" plant will blossom all summer if blossoms are kept picked offin zones 5-8. Mainly used as a ground cover under deciduous trees as it does not like full sun. This is a perfect plant for cottage paths and will reseed lightly for more plants next summer.
Viola Sawyers Black tricolor

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Seeds from this very unusual velvety almost black perennial with bright yellow centers is a viola called tricolor Sawyers Black. This 6 to 8 inch plant will blossom all summer if blossoms are kept picked off in zones 5 to 8. Mainly used as a ground cover under deciduous trees as it does not like full sun. This is a perfect plant for cottage paths and will reseed lightly for more plants next summer.



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