VIOLA SEEDS

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  1. New

    PUYA COERULEA var. VIOLACEA

    A bromeliad from central Chile that forms large groups of rosettes with slender greyish green leaves that are viciously spiny along the margins. The inflorescence is a tall, upright, branched, reddish stalk with bluish-purple flowers. A very easy plant in cultivation, suitable for temperate climates. May need protection in winter. ... Learn More

    $4.22

    (30 seeds)

  2. TULBAGHIA VIOLACEA MARITIMA

    This unusual selected form has narrower leaves and spikes of pale pink flowers, with far less purple than the normal form, the petals being more pinched and crowded, often hiding the centre of the flower, rather like a rhodohypoxis, and at first glance giving the impression of double flowers. ... Learn More

    $4.01

    (10 seeds)

  3. VIOLA ALTAICA

    The "Altai Pansy" is a rarely seen plant with unusually large, deep cobalt-blue flowers with a tiny yellow eye, above compact clumps ofb dark green, very narrow, lanceolate leaves. It is native to meadows and rock crevices from south western Russia through eastern Asia. It flowers over a long period from May until September and will do well in any humus-rich, well drained soil in a sunny to partially shaded spot, where with luck it will gently self-seed. ... Learn More

    $3.74

    (20+ seeds)

  4. 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

    $3.20

  5. 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

    $4.01

  6. 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

    $3.60

  7. VIOLA HYBRIDA 'ROSE SHADES'

    A delightful bushy, compact, free flowering variety in delicious rose shades, each bloom having an attractive yellow eye and dark whiskers. There is also the added bonus of a delicious sweet fragrance, and it is ideal for planting in spring or summer borders and containers. ... Learn More

    $4.01

    (30 seeds)

  8. 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

    $3.88

    (20 seeds)

  9. VIOLA LABRADORICA PURPUREA

    In spring and early summer, this rare and delightful compact plant makes a creeping carpet of deepest purple foliage, above which it bears dark violet flowers. It will gently self-seed, coming quite true and keeping the purple foliage, and is a superb plant either as a specimen or as a ground cover. Few seeds collected. ... Learn More

    $3.47

    (10 seeds)

  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

    $3.88

  11. VIOLA MANDSHURICA '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

    $4.01

  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

    $4.01

    (30 seeds)

  13. VIOLA PHILIPPICA

    Strong sprays of sizeable, deep purple, early spring flowers open amongst long, thin, arrow-shaped leaves in late spring and early summer. Soundly perennial and dying down to a winter bud resting underground, this is the true rare Chinese form of this most attractive flower. ... Learn More

    $3.74

    (40 seeds)

  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

    $3.67

  15. VIOLA TENUIS

    This rare, and surprisingly hardy Brazilian violet grows at altitude, where it exists in wet rocky cracks forming low, stoloniferous, slowly spreading, octopus-like plants, which root as they touch the ground. In time this becomes a large colony producing an endless display of short stemmed creamy-white flowers above oval, hairy leaves. Picture is buds only, sorry! ... Learn More

    $4.01

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