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Blue Violets are a Rugged Ground cover
Found in a wide range of wild habitats, this gentle perennial flower grows well in nearly any condition and makes a soft but rugged ground cover that can tolerate the rigors of most foot traffic. Hardy in zones two through ten, each flower will grow to about four to six inches in height, and its green foliage will blend in with the surrounding landscape. Plant in any light level where the average moisture is expected and watch as this little beauty brings naturalized, meadow-like appeal in shades of purple, blue, and white to any landscape. In addition to attracting bees to help pollinate the garden, these delicious edible flowers also add pizzazz to summer salads. Plant them near fences, rustic outbuildings, or in large open areas where they will add country charm year after year.
Blue violets are Easy to Grow and are Very Disease and Insect Resistant
They are easy to grow and are very disease and insect-resistant.
Blue violets are native to the United States and are the state flower of Illinois. Their foliage and flowers are edible, although they have little flavor. The flowers are often used as a garnish for salads or for decorating cakes. After the flowers bloom, blue violets produce small, closed flowers near the bottom of the plant — these flowers produce a majority of the seeds. The seeds are ejected from the plant to repopulate. Blue violets grow best in shady areas but can tolerate various temperatures and soil conditions due to the plant's hardy nature and ability to spread.
Mature Height: 4-6 inches high
Sun: Part to full shade
Soil: Prefers well-drained, damp clay soil
Botanical Name: Viola sororia
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