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Viola sororia

Common Blue Violet

  • »  Larval food source for many fritillary butterflies
  • »  A colorful groundcover for the shade or rock garden
  • »  Perfect in groups and in containers
  • »  Provides cover for small wildlife, deer resistant
  • »  Can self-seed in ideal growing conditions
  • »  Deer resistant

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White or blue flowers can be found scattered among the dense deep green foliage. Don't worry if you see some holes from caterpillars on the lush deep green leaves. Many moths and the Fritillary butterflies feed on the foliage. Grows best in moist to well-drained soils in part shade, creating a dense ground cover.

Growing & Maintenance Tips for Viola sororia

Grows well in a partially shaded location in a moist area but well-draining soil. Perfect conditions can create a dense groundcover.