Violet Plants 5 For $13.99

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    Violets

    Posted by Anne Gollan on Feb 14, 2022

    I have just received these, packaged with care and planted with love. I am excited to see them grow

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    Sweet Violet - viola Odorata

    Posted by Estella Moore on Jan 27, 2022

    I see this a shrub and accented with few of the green ferns which attractively displays its amazing complementation in my side of the house.

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We dig fresh our plants and ship immediately. We ship US Mail, Priority shipping. You will receive a tracking number once your plants ship. All plants will be fine in their packages for up to 3 days after receiving.

How We Protect Your Plants For Transit

We sell only bare root plants. We dip the roots in tera-sorb silicone gel to retain ample moisture for transit and surround with plastic. This is superior protection for plants in transit for up to 12 days.

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Open your plants and inspect the same day received. We offer 3 days to report any problems with your order. Bare root plants need to be planted within 2-3 days of receiving unless weather-related problems prohibit planting. Store in a cool place and keep roots moist and covered with plastic until they can be planted. Water for the first week daily after planting.

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Description

Violet (Viola odorata) is a hardy perennial known for its fragrant flowers.

Violet plants come in various colors, such as purple, white, etc. They are popular in flower arrangements and make excellent ground covers or border plants.

Description - Sweet Violet Plant

This perennial is a small, compact perennial that spreads outward to form dense mats. The fresh green leaves are heart-shaped and finely textured with scalloped edges.

The flowers bloom in spring or early summer and come in white, purple, pink, yellow, or blue hues.

This plant is beneficial in woodlands because it tolerates full shade and does not compete with delicate plants beneath the canopy.

It is commonly found growing beneath maple trees, beech, hawthorn, oak, sycamore, and walnut, all of which provide plenty of moisture during dry weather.

These plants are low-maintenance perennials that create dense colonies across North America. People prize them for their flowers, ranging from white to purple and having dark spots or blotches on each petal.

 

 How to Grow Sweet Violet Plant

You can grow these plants from seeds or by dividing existing plants. They are hardy in zones 3-8 and require moist, well-drained, slightly acidic soil (a pH of 6.0 to 6.5).

It prefers partial shade but can tolerate full sun if you keep the soil moist. Avoid placing the plant in wet areas, where it may succumb to root rot or fungal problems such as leaf spots.

 Every year, you should sow viola odorata directly in early spring, as early flowering plants produce the most fragrant flowers. For maximum coverage, once the seeds sprout, plant them about 1/2" deep and 2" apart in rows 18" apart.

Keep the soil moist throughout the growing season, and avoid weeding or disturbing the surrounding soil to avoid competition for light and nutrients.

These perennials bloom slowly in the spring and may not bloom until mid-summer, when it continues to bloom until fall. Sweet violet flowers are popular in flower arrangements, but you should harvest them as soon as they begin to open to prevent them from becoming wilted or damaged.

 

 Caring for your Plant

When caring for this plant in the garden or landscape, you should plant it in medium to wet, well-drained soil. They thrive in a partially sunny location but can tolerate full sun if you keep them moist.

This plant is not drought tolerant, so avoid prolonged periods of drought when it will flower less frequently. Sweet violets can also be grown in slightly raised garden beds.

 

Uses of Sweet Violet Plant

 This plant is a lovely flower with numerous applications. Some of these applications include:

 

       · Making tea to aid in respiratory problems.

    . Using the leaves to soothe skin irritations or sunburns in a bath.

     .Using the leaves to make a poultice to help relieve chest congestion or other digestive 

       · People used in the production of perfumes in Ancient Greece and Rome.

     · You can use the roots of the sweet violet plant to make purple dye.

        · Some cultures use this flower for spiritual cleansing (purification) and clairvoyance (the ability to perceive things occurring far away).

     · It is a natural aspirin used to treat pain and fever.

These perennials grow best in full shade, where they flower more frequently than if planted in full sun. This type of ground cover is helpful as a border or ground covering plant.

It grows densely with finely textured leaves that spread over time to form a solid mat that does not require constant weeding or care.

 

Violet (Sweet) Plant Description

 

This perennial (Viola odorata) is a hardy perennial known for its fragrant flowers. The plants grow best in moist, well-drained soil and can be grown in full or partial shade.

It comes in various colors, such as purple, white, and so on. They are popular in flower arrangements and make excellent ground covers or border plants.

 This perennial is a small, compact perennial that spreads outward to form dense mats. The fresh green leaves are heart-shaped and finely textured with scalloped edges.

The flower blooms in spring or early summer and comes in white, purple, pink, yellow, or blue hues.

The sweet plant benefits woodlands because it tolerates full shade and does not compete with delicate plants beneath the canopy.

It is commonly found growing beneath maple trees, beech, hawthorn, oak, sycamore, and walnut, all of which provide plenty of moisture during dry weather.

These plants are low-maintenance perennials that create dense colonies across North America. People prize them for their flowers, ranging from white to purple and having dark spots or blotches on each petal.

 

How to Grow Sweet Violet Plant

You can grow these violet plants from seeds or by dividing existing plants. They are hardy in zones 3-8 and require moist, well-drained, slightly acidic soil (a pH of 6.0 to 6.5). It prefers partial shade but can tolerate full sun if you keep the soil moist.

Avoid placing the plant in wet areas, where it may succumb to root rot or fungal problems such as leaf spots.

You should plant this perennial every year in early spring, as early flowering plants produce the most fragrant flowers. For maximum coverage, once the seeds sprout, plant them about 1/2" deep and 2" apart in rows 18" apart.

Keep the soil moist throughout the growing season, and avoid weeding or disturbing the surrounding soil to avoid competition for light and nutrients.

This perennial blooms slowly in the spring and may not bloom until mid-summer when it continues to bloom until fall. Sweet violet flowers are popular in flower arrangements, but you should harvest them as soon as they begin to open to prevent them from becoming wilted or damaged.

 

Care

When caring for this plant in the garden or landscape, you should plant it in medium to wet, well-drained soil. They thrive in a partially sunny location but can tolerate full sun if you keep them moist.

This plant is not drought tolerant, so avoid prolonged periods of drought when it will flower less frequently. Sweet violets can also be grown in slightly raised garden beds.

 

 

Uses of Sweet Violet Plant

 

This plant is a lovely flower with numerous applications. Some of these applications include:

 

· Making tea to aid in respiratory problems.

 

· Using the leaves to soothe skin irritations or sunburns in a bath.

 

· Using the leaves to make a poultice to help relieve chest congestion or other digestive issues.

 

· People used in the production of perfumes in Ancient Greece and Rome.

 

· You can use the roots of the sweet violet plant to make purple dye.

 

· Some cultures use this flower for spiritual cleansing

  (purification) and clairvoyance (the ability to perceive things occurring far away).

 

· It is a natural aspirin that people use to treat pain and fever.

 

 

These perennials grow best in full shade, where they flower more frequently than if planted in full sun. This type of ground cover is helpful as a border or ground covering plant.

It grows densely with finely textured leaves that spread over time to form a solid mat that does not require constant weeding or care.

 

Violets are available online at Tennessee Wholesale Nursery Co.

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