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Viola ‘Columbine’

Viola 'Columbine'

Viola 'Columbine'

(Tufted Violet) Viola ‘Columbine‘ perfumes the air with fragrant white flowers flushed and streaked with violet-blue. A vigorous grower, which grows well in either sun or shade. Viola ‘Columbine’ blooms profusely in late spring through early summer. Blooms all summer long for us in Michigan! The compact habit makes this an excellent variety for rock gardens!

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Viola ‘Heartthrob’

(Violet) One look and you will simply fall in love with this little beauty. Viola ‘Heartthrob’ displays showy foliage that will really attract your attention. The beautiful deep green leaves have a contrasting, deep burgundy, central pattern that is eye-catching in containers or in the front of the border. ‘Heartthrob’ is more vigorous than ‘Mars’, is deer resistant, and produces lavender flowers in early spring.

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Viola ‘Black Magic’

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(Tufted Violet) Viola ‘Black Magic’ is true to its name having 1-inch wide, solid matte black flowers with a tiny bright yellow eye. In mid-spring, this clump forming viola is blanketed in flowers and will rebloom again in the fall if deadheaded. It has also demonstrated good heat tolerance in the South. ‘Black Magic’ has one of the darkest flowers in existence!

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