VIOLA SEEDS

Displaying seeds 1 - 15 of 18 in total
  1. VIOLA BIFLORA

    "Twin-flowered violet" Masses of dark brown-veined, deep lemon-yellow flowers, grow on a sprawling carpet of delicate kidney-shaped leaves over a prolonged period in spring and early summer. Will self-seed if you are really lucky! ... Learn More

    $3.01

  2. VIOLA BLUEBERRY CREAM

    This gorgeous new viola has been produced using some of the very best and most expensive dwarf violas on the market as parents. The flowers will vary from plant to plant, as ornamental violas do, but almost all of them will have a cream or white face with a distinctive blue or purple edging. And one or two surprises as well! ... Learn More

    $3.20

  3. VIOLA 'BOWLES BLACK'

    Very reliable from seed. Compact plants carry many small velvety flowers varying from deepest midnight blue to almost black. Will self-sow, and eventually hybridise with other violas, so keep it apart from lesser varieties. ... Learn More

    $3.07

  4. VIOLA CORNUTA

    Long-spurred, light violet flowers open over a long period in spring and early summer on vigorous cushions of lance-shaped leaves. Making superb naturalising specimens, these flowers are pollinated while they are open unlike many other violas species, which are self-fertilised without the flowers opening (cleistogamous). The seeds have an oily body which is attractive to ants who disperse the seeds. This plant gained the Royal Horticultural Society's Award of Garden Merit. ... Learn More

    $3.52

  5. VIOLA COTTAGE GARDEN MIXED

    The complete spectrum from our cottage garden with small or medium-sized flowers, colours ranging from pale yellows through bicolors to dark blues. If you're feeling really lazy - just sprinkle this lot over your worn-out rockery for a beautiful display! ... Learn More

    $3.01

  6. VIOLA DUBYANA

    This rarely-seen or offered alpine viola has a quite spectacular, bright violet flower head, with two prominent, protruding, 'bunny rabbit ears', and a characteristic bright yellow central spot, with very little foliage to detract from your enjoyment. Amongst other loci it is found high in the Italian Alps where it grows on dry meadows and limestone screes. Surprisingly, it lends itself readily to garden cultivation, when it may gently self-seed, if you are lucky! ... Learn More

    $3.78

  7. VIOLA ELATIOR

    The scrambling climbing shrubby violet is completely herbaceous, yearly making a tangled "shrub" bearing largish, mauve-veined, white flowers. It will gently self-seed, if you are lucky, but never ever become a nuisance. ... Learn More

    $3.39

  8. VIOLA 'FUJI DAWN'

    Deep purple, early spring flowers above sprays of attractively marbled pink and cream foliage. A completely new colour-break in viola variegation. Developed and named here at Plant World and now grown and copied worldwide! ... Learn More

    $3.78

  9. VIOLA JOOI

    This rare and choice viola produces compact sprays of rosy-purple flowers from March until July. If grown in shade and moist soil it will gently self seed. If you are lucky. ... Learn More

    $3.65

  10. VIOLA MANDSHURICA FL. PL.

    Another new viola! Gorgeous, deepest violet, doubled flowers, resembling Parma Violets, appear on short stems in early spring, above arrow-shaped leaves. About half the seedlings will have ordinary flowers and need rejecting (shame...!) at this stage. ... Learn More

    $3.65

  11. VIOLA PALUSTRIS

    This diminutive, and rarely encountered gem lives in damp and even wet, boggy spots in moist meadows, marshes, and stream banks in northern parts of North America and Eurasia. In the UK it is confined to cold, high moorland areas where it displays its short-stemmed, pale lilac flowers over spreading mats of small cordate leaves. In the right spot it will slowly spread, stem-rooting, to make a low carpet of leaves and flowers. ... Learn More

    $3.65

  12. VIOLA PAPUANUM

    Obtained only as 'Seed Collected Alpine Papua New Guinea' and not yet in wide cultivation, this tiniest of dwarf gems does best in a shady corner or a pot out of the sun,where it makes an attractive, slowly creeping and rooting carpet of tiny hairy leaves with miniature blue flowers in the spring! ... Learn More

    $3.78

  13. VIOLA PEDATIFIDA

    From April until July, blue-violet flowers open above neat clumps of leaves which resemble a bird's foot with the outer toes again parted. The specific epithet pedatifida means "pedately-cleft" in botanical Latin. This beautiful flower is sadly threatened or endangered in much of its North American home, but will thrive in any moist and shady spot in the garden and even self-seed where happy. ... Learn More

    $3.78

  14. VIOLA PORTALESIA

    White-eyed bright blue flowers open over an extended period on this lovely viola from the Chilean Andes. Very rarely offered, this semi-shrubby plant is one of the few large violas in Chile, most others being small plants rarely exceeding 20 cm. It thrives best in a well-drained spot in semi-shady conditions although on the Chilean mountains it often tolerates freezing spells down to about minus 5° C (the typical morning frost of central Chile). ... Learn More

    $3.46

  15. VIOLA RIVINIANA

    "Common Violet". Its popular name does not do justice to this lovely plant, indeed it is not as common as it used to be. Producing drifts of blue-purple flowers from April to June, it will happily naturalise in a mixed border or on a gravel drive, associating well with wild primroses. A generous packet of seed collected from plants in our own wildflower meadow. ... Learn More

    $3.26

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