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Viola

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Viola Cornuta

A spreading habit, with lilac-purple flowers all summer if occasionally dead-headed. Will seed about.

25 cm happy-anywhere

Viola

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Viola cornuta ‘Alba’

A gently spreading habit, white flowers all summer if occasionally dead-headed. Will seed about.

20 cm happy-anywhere|new-for-2017

Viola

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Viola Cornuta Purpurea Group

Makes good mats with purple flowers all summer if occasionally dead-headed.

25 cm happy-anywhere

Viola

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Viola Corsica

A more pansy looking viola than most of the ones we grow. It has masses of violet blue flowers with a tiny bit of yellow in the centre, for months from spring until autumn. Gently seeds about. Should be ready in June.

15 cm likes-semi-shade|likes-sun

Viola

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Viola ‘Dawn’

Lovely creamy yellow flowers for months, from spring if occasionally dead-headed. Ready in April.

15 cm likes-semi-shade|likes-sun

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Viola ‘Grovemount Blue’

Similar habit to V. cornuta but flowers are pale blue.

15 cm happy-anywhere

Viola

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Viola Martin

Pretty purple flowers for months, from spring, if occasionally dead-headed.

15 cm likes-semi-shade|likes-sun

Viola

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Viola Roscastle Black

A tallish Viola, more pansy-like than most of the others we grow. Rich, deep purple flowers with tiny yellow central markings, for months from early summer.

25 cm happy-anywhere

Viola

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Viola Tiger Eyes

Striking looking golden yellow flowers with maroon-brown veining with dark centres, for months, from spring, if occasionally dead-headed.

15 cm happy-anywhere

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