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Labrador Violet Overview
The Labrador Violet, Viola labradorica is a perennial species from the Violaceae family. It produces heart-shaped leaves measuring around 2.5cm across, they are green and purple-tinged. Flowers are small and purple-blue in colour, appearing in the spring on short stems. It can grow happily in most light situations, whether thats full sun, partial shade or full shade. Plants will generally flower better with more sun. Enjoys moist, well-draining soil. It has a low growing, spreading habit, not typically exceeding 10cm in height.
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How to propagate Labrador Violet
Usually the perennials and sub-shrubs are propagated by softwood cuttings in spring or they can be propagated by root division.
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Other uses of Labrador Violet
Ground cover, walls and rock gardens, borders