85 days. These dainty, dime-sized blooms are adorable. The petals are colored like fresh-churned spring butter with a dollop of jammy plum at each center. Plants average 3-4 inches tall by 4-6 inches wide. These one-of-a-kind dwarf violas look super sweet peeking out of tiny pots, tucked into the fairy garden or planted in borders and beds or window boxes. The blooms are edible, topping baked goods with a perfect touch of elegance.
- 6-12 hrs Sun
- Plant Spacing: 6"
- Frost Hardy: Yes
- Viola cornuta
Growing Tips: Perennial in zones 4-9. Grow in full sun to partial shade. Best in cool conditions. Likes a cool, moist, woodsy soil. Occasionally self-sows.