Viola cornuta seed
LIKES A SHADED/PARTIAL SUN S POT. THE BLOOMING SEASON FOR THIS VIOLA IS LONGER WHICH GIVE YOU EXTRA WEEKS AND WEEKS OF PLEASURE IN SPRING AND AGAIN IN THE FALL. BASICA LLY LOOKS AFTER ITSELF. WE SPECIALIZE IN RARE, UNUSUAL AND BEAUTIFUL FLOWERS THAT ARE EASY TO GROW FROM seed.
35+ Grow these treasured favorites from Viola seeds, and enjoy their sweet charm in your Flower garden. Violas are often referred to as Horned Violet or Tufted Pansy, and they are valued by gardeners all over. This one is a dazzling violet purple color with a light, delicate scent. Violas are often used in flower beds, borders and as ground cover, and they work nicely in hanging baskets and other attractive containers. Growing Violas from seed is a great way to ensure that you’ll have plenty of plants for both spring and fall. Sow the flower seeds in early April for spring flowering and again in July for fall blooms. Cover the Viola seeds lightly and keep moist until germination occurs. Thin the Viola seedlings to 8 inches apart. Enjoys full sun to partial shade in well drained soil.
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