Violets are often thought of as delicate plants but wild types can become weeds. Once in lawns they are especially hard to get rid of. They are useful in rock gardens and in shaded areas. They like cool moist conditions and adapt to a range of moist soils.
Propagation is by division.
Viola odorata--Garden Violet The garden violet has fragrant flowers and several different cultivars are available. The plant grows best in cool moist conditions and in partial shade. Division may be done in the spring or the plants can be propagated by offsets.
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