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Violet

Viola 'Cyclops'

Also known as

Pansy

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Full Sun
Moderate watering
Frost Hardy

9a

USDA zone

-7°C

Minimum temperature

Expected size

Height
Spread

50cm

Max

25cm

10cm

Min

15cm

Flowering

    • spring
    • summer
    • autumn
    • winter

    Violet Overview

    These are annuals, perennials and a few subshrubs with as many as 500 species. They are mostly creeping plants which are either deciduous or evergreen; they have slender to thick rhizomes, with kidney or heart-shaped leaves. There are small and showy, bright or deep coloured flowers.

    Common problems with Violet

    How to propagate Violet

    Seed

    Popagate by seed; the annuals sown according to flowering season. Species may also be propagated by seed in spring or autumn.

    Cuttings

    Usually the perennials and sub-shrubs are propagated by softwood cuttings in spring or they can be propagated by root division.

    Division

    Other uses of Violet

    Grown for their distinctive flowers. Attracts butterflies

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