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Native Violet, Viola hederaceae - I use it everywhere, with its bright green leaves and its sweet mauve/purple flowers raised above the foliage. It will rapidly fill in bare areas of soil between stepping stones.

Native Violet, Viola hederaceae - bright green leaves and sweet mauve/purple flowers raised above the foliage. It will rapidly fill in bare areas of soil between stepping stones.

Native Violet - Viola hederacea or Viola banksii – native to Australia

Plant Lovin’ – Native Violet

Native Violet - Viola Hederacea Prostrate 15 x Flowers most of the year especially late winter to spring Semi shade, moist to wet soil Tolerates poor drainage & full sun to full shade Local to City of Yarra

Violet's Medicinal and Food Uses from Blog Castanea

Bouquet of common blue violet (Viola sororia)-Chestnut School of Herbal Medicine

Common Dog-violet, Viola riviniana

Common Dog-violet, Viola riviniana, is the most common violet in the UK and provides some useful herbage for a wild salad, particularly in the spring. It flowers March to May and is then easy to spot but a little less

Butterfly Violet (Viola sororia) A beautiful hybrid I've seen is "Freckles" with spotted flowers. This plant is similar to Viola odorata, but has no scent. Blooms in April-May. outdoors garden flowers

Butterfly Violet (Viola sororia) A beautiful hybrid called "Freckles" with spotted flowers. This plant is similar to Viola odorata, but has no scent.

Violet (Viola sororia) Foraging & Feasting: A Field Guide and Wild Food Cookbook by Dina Falconi; illustrated by Wendy Hollender.

Violet (Viola sororia) Foraging & Feasting: A Field Guide and Wild Food Cookbook by Dina Falconi; illustrated by Wendy Hollender.

VIOLETS – Of the 600 species in the Viola genus of the family Violaceaea, there are several violet species used medicinally in different parts of the word: the old world violets, Viola odorata (sweet violet) and Viola tricolor (heartsease or johnny jump-up); and the native indigenous American violets Viola papilionacea and V. sororia (common blue violet), and V. pedata (bird’s foot violet). Viola yedoensis is the violet used medicinally in Traditional Chinese Medicine...

VIOLETS – Of the 600 species in the Viola genus of the family Violaceaea, there are several violet species used medicinally in different parts of the word: the old world violets, Viola odorata (sweet violet) and Viola tricolor (heartsease or johnny jump-u

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