Viola sororia - Common Violet

Viola sororia
Common Violet

NATIVE 3"-8" groundcover forms colonies through rhizomes and self-seeding. A forager's delight with edible leaves all season and edible blossoms in spring. Larval host for frittillary butterflies.

Color: 
Blue
Bloom Season: 
Spring (May-June)
Soil Conditions: 
Medium
Sun Exposure: 
Full sun
Part sun
Full shade
Function: 
Deer resistant
Edible
Medicinal
Native
Pollinators