Prairie Violet (Viola pedatifida)

Prairie Violet (Viola pedatifida)

Prairie Violet is a great short flower for borders and shorter gardens. It blooms in spring and will reseed a little.

Details

Sun:    Full Sun, Part Shade
Moisture:    Medium, Medium-Dry
Height:    6 inches
Blooms:    April, May, June
Color:    Purple
Spacing:    6-12″
Zones:    3-7
Benefits:    Butterflies, Pollinators

Design Tips

Prairie Violet looks best when planted in masses near borders where it can be seen.

Companion Plants

Prairie Smoke
Blue Grama Grass
Star Sedge