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Viola ‘Irish Elegance’ is reputedly to have been discovered by a postman in 1896, growing on the edge of a wood in Indre, the South of France. It is an unusual form of our native sweet violet, with soft primrose yellow flowers and apricot tinted centres they flower from November to April.
Sweet Violet, Florist's Violet$2.24
Introduced in Germany in 1900, 'Konigin Charlotte' are famously grown for their perfume. The violet coloured flowers are extremely fragrant, This cultivar is unique in that its flowers turn upward making them viewer friendly. It is also one of the longest flowering violets with scented flowers.
Sweet Violet. 'Snow Queen'
Also marketed as 'Scheekonigin' and 'Eismeer'.$2.31
Cultivated in Switzerland in 2004 from the famous 'Queen Charlotte', One would think that 'Reine de Neiges', or 'Snow Queen' would be a white bloomer. The flowers are almost white, a clear crisp ice-blue. Long blooming and upward facing, their fragrance is intense.
Woolly Blue Violet, Sister Violet$2.66
Viola sororia 'Dark Freckles' is a rare and most unusual violet with speckled flowers. It is similar to the wild violet, but its blue flowers are heavily speckled with violet / purple. It is covered with the cheerful little flowers in spring right through to autumn producing up to twenty per plant in its first season alone.
Heartsease, Wild Pansy, Helen Mount, Johnny Jump Up$1.33
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Viola tricolour is the progenitor of the cultivated Pansy, before cultivated Pansies were developed, "Pansy" was an alternative name for the wild form. It is sometimes called Wild Pansy. It may come in many cultivated colours, but the basic wild form scarcely needs improving.