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Violas and Violettas: violet ID please

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FrillyLily
springfield area, MO
(Zone 5b)

May 11, 2010
12:01 PM

Post #7783869

I took this pic at a local nursery. I have something that looks like it, only green, wild, violets that grow all over my flower beds and is quite invasive. Would this spread like that? I don't want anything invasive.

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Baa

June 19, 2010
7:13 AM

Post #7902285

I don't know how it would grow in your garden but this isn't a species, it's a mutation of the hybrid Viola 'Mars', if that helps

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