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Early and uniform growth and bloom puts the Admire series with the top performing violas available. Healthy, vigorous 6 in. plants pump out 1 inch flowers in brilliant, non-fade shades. All colors in the Admire series bloom within days of each other, for consistent, eye-pleasing color. Performance is outstanding in both spring and fall.Violas can't be beat for bringing cool season color to flower beds and patio containers. Seeds are started indoors in winter for planting out in earliest spring. In relatively mild winter areas (zones 6 and above) violas can also be started in summer and planted out in fall. Plants grow 6-8 in. tall.Viola Seeds, a company in Madeira, has created a project called "The Tree of Life," which has roots in a jar of seeds and is planted in one's garden to provide food for wildlife during their busy lives. It's a symbiotic project and a wonderful way to work toward a greater good.
85 days. These dainty, dime-sized blooms are adorable. The petals are colored like fresh-churned spring butter with a dollop of jammy plum at each center. Plants average 3-4 inches tall by 4-6 inches wide. These one-of-a-kind dwarf violas look super sweet peeking out of tiny pots, tucked into the fairy garden or planted in borders and beds or window boxes. The blooms are edible, topping baked goods with a perfect touch of elegance.Annual. A darling little cottage flower that is hard to find! Reaching just 8" high and wide, this might just be the most adorable flower we've ever seen! Fragrant blooms are sweetheart pink with two prominent petals, giving this ears like a bunny. Your fairy gardens, containers, beds, and borders will sing with cheer wherever Bunny Ears viola grows! A cool weather-loving, shade-tolerant bloom ideal for all your landscapes.
This rarely-seen or offered alpine viola has a quite spectacular, bright violet flower head, with two prominent, protruding, 'bunny rabbit ears', and a characteristic bright yellow central spot, with very little foliage to detract from your enjoyment. Amongst other loci it is found high in the Italian Alps where it grows on dry meadows and limestone screes. Surprisingly, it lends itself readily to garden cultivation, when it may gently self-seed, if you are lucky! White-eyed bright blue flowers open over an extended period on this lovely viola from the Chilean Andes. Very rarely offered, this semi-shrubby plant is one of the few large violas in Chile, most others being small plants rarely exceeding 20 cm. It thrives best in a well-drained spot in semi-shady conditions although on the Chilean mountains it often tolerates freezing spells down to about minus 5° C (the typical morning frost of central Chile). ... Learn More (Source: www.plant-world-seeds.com)