Viola Canadensis

(Western Canada violet)

Growth: Clump-forming to colonizing. Grow as a spring-blooming groundcover in the shade or in a woodland setting. 

Characteristics: Large-leaved, stemmed viola native to nearly all parts of North America. Performs best in full to part shade in moist to wet soil. Freely self-seeds.

Colours: Fragrant flowers are white with yellow centres, facing outwards from the axils of the upper leaves.  Leaves are large, heart-shaped and deep green. 

Size:   Height 8-16” (20-45cm) 

           Width 12-18” (30-45cm)

Zone: 1  


On site:  15cm  $10.00