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Violas are primarily cool-season bloomers; they are perfect for starting and ending the season in colder climates and for bridging the seasons in warmer zones, where they can remain in bloom throughout the winter. The timing for planting violas will depend on your climate. In cool climates, they are usually planted in the spring; in climates without winter frost, they can be planted in the fall.



Botanical Name: Viola spp.


Common Name: Viola, Johnny-jump-up, pansy, violet, sweet violet


Plant Type: Annuals or short-lived perennials


Mature Size: 4–10 inches tall, similar spread (varies by species)


Sun Exposure: Full sun to part shade (sunlight needs vary by species)


Soil Type: Rich, moist, well-draining soil


Bloom Time: Spring or fall bloom (or both)


Flower Colour: Light to deep violet, white, blue, yellow, cream, and multi-colours

Size: 6 Pack

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