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Labrador Violet, Alpine dog Violet - Viola labradorica (latin)

Geographical origin: Canada.
Adult Dimensions: Height up to 15cm, spread up to 15cm.
Foliage: Deciduous.
Type of soil: Any.
Climate: Hardy up to -20°C.
Site: Partial shade to full sun.
Plantation density: 9/m².


Characteristics and uses:
The Labrador Violet is a superb violet which has a dark green to purple foliage, with purplish-brown veins. In May-June, its porcelain-blue flowers will delight you by their beauty.
Violets are shown at their best planted at the front of the flowering border, in flowering beds or in containers. They can also be used as ground-covering plants as they do have the advantage of propagating by themselves. They do not require any particular care.

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