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Violas can't be beat for bringing cool season color to flower beds and patio containers. They are started indoors in winter for planting out in earliest spring. In relatively mild winter areas (zones 6 and above) they can also be started in summer and planted out in fall. Grows 6-8 inches tall.
These compact, mound-shaped 6 inch plants produce an abundance of 1 inch flowers that combine the charm of violas with the amazing color range of pansies. Easy to grow, Sorbet violas are both heat and cold tolerant and will bloom over a extremely long season, providing welcome color to borders, patios or decks.
Gorgeous, china blue flowers with white faces. A Fleuroselect Gold Medal winner (Europe's top prize).
Deep purple shades.
Showy deep purple (almost black) petals highlighted with a small gold eye.
A designer blend of Sorbet Coconut Duet, White, Purple, and Purple Face violas.
A beautiful formulated mix of Sorbet Beaconsfield, Violet Beacon, and Orchid Rose Beacon.
A mix of violet, lavender and white blotched blooms.
Lemon and Yellow bicolor.
A wide range of colors, including unusual bicolors found in no other line of violas.
Wonderful, purple and orange bicolor. A Fleuroselect Gold Medal Winner (Europe's top prize).
Blooms are white with yellow faces.
Light peachy pink wings, yellow faces with red whiskers and blotches on the tips.
Light pink with white halos around attractive, whiskered faces.
Deep purple wings and whiskers with blue–violet and yellow faces.
Light lilac shaded wings, deep purple whiskers, and creamy yellow and mahogany accents.
Flowers are white with bright yellow faces and striking, pink or blue highlights along the petal edges.
Blended in shades of rose, pink, and yellow with explosive, wine red centers.
Flowers in shades of lemon yellow and deep to light lilac, with deep purple whiskers.
Lavender-lilac, with a bronze face centered with a bright yellow eye.
Vigorous, semi-trailing, heavy blooming plants grow to 4-6 inches tall with superb lateral branching, allowing Endurios to fill in containters, hanging baskets, or garden beds or borders faster than other violas. Day-light neutral, they produce their extraordinary 1 inch flowers during short and long light days, extending the bloom season far beyond other semi-trailing violas. Blooms in fall and spring in cold climates. In mild winter areas, Endurios will continue to bloom in winter, even through light snow cover.
Clear sky-blue flowers shading darker at the upper petals. Named for breeder Martien Gutter. 2010 All-America Selections Winner. Packet is 25 seeds.
Angels are known for their 1-1.5 inch boldly colored pansy type flowers and extreme winter hardiness. The uniform, compact, disease resistant 6 inch tall plants bloom weeks earlier than other violas and are day-length neutral. This means they can be a fall-winter-spring bloomer in the mild winter regions or a spring-summer-fall bloomer in mild summer areas.
Single and semi-double brilliant bronze-orange blooms with whiskered yellow centers and rose reverses. They are extremely fragrant.
An amazing mixture of Amber Kiss, Blueberry Glow, Rose Picotee, Terracotta, Yellow Blotch and unreleased Angel lines providing unique winged and face types. They are extremely fragrant.
Designer mixture of Penny Deep Blue, Yellow, Orange, Blue, and Yellow Frost.
Flowers in rose pink and white shades.
Blue with deep blue wings.
A striking primrose yellow with a purple picotee edge.
Pale maroon with dark maroon blotches.
Velvety, violet-purple blooms.
White blooms with radiant blotches.
Sow in cell packs or flats, press into soil and barely cover. Needs darkness to germinate. Cover flat with newspaper and keep out of direct sun. Kept at 65-70°F., germination is in 14-21 days. Transplant into the garden 9-12 inches apart.