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Variety of violet
The species of violet from which the breeders started to obtain the large and showy pansies, which we admire today in many gardens, certainly do not have such showy flowers and so striking blooms; however they are pleasant ornamental plants and often more resistant than the hybrid relatives, being mostly perennial endemic plants in most of Europe; moreover, usually the flowers of non-hybrid violets are very fragrant. If we want to get some seeds it is good to remember that the colored flowers of some varieties are sterile, the seeds grow in insignificant inflorescences, often completely without petals.
Purple variety: Some varieties
Also called mountain thought violet, original
of the United Kingdom and North America; lutea in Latin
means yellow, all varieties of violet lutea
they are therefore of this color, usually quite
Native to Europe and Asia, it has small flowers
and low vegetation, the petals are in three colors, like
the name suggests, usually blue, purple and white
It enjoys shady or partial sun positions, being
more susceptible to sunburn burns
compared to the other violas.
very fragrant flowers, but small and inconspicuous,
white, pink or lilac.
Detail of violet with black flowers, with velvety petals,
excellent in containers or for an unusual flowerbed.
Multicolored violet, with dark center in contrast with
the petals that are clearing towards the periphery,
Small violets, with lush vegetation, flowers from
purple to pink. Hybrid of purple wittrockiana.
Multicolored flowers, very re-flowering. Hybrid of violet
Violet with a very particular color, resistant to frost
as well as warm.
For those who don't like bright colors, a particular one
completely white pansy.
Violets in shades of yellow for a stain
of bright and sunny colors.