• Etain Viola Plant

    Etain Viola Plant

    Rare and Choice. Extra-large, 1 3/4-inch, pale lemon blooms with contrasting lavender margins are prolifically produced all summer, creating a soft and charming effect. Zones 4-8.

  • Silver Gem Viola walteri Appalachian Blue Violet Plant

    Silver Gem Viola walteri Appalachian Blue Violet Plant

    A delightfully mounding, trailing little plant with striking variegation and bold violet-blue blooms, 'Silver Gem' is a fine new selection of our native Appalachian Blue Violet, developed for the Mt. Cuba Center in Delaware and perfect for a partly shaded spot in your border or best container.The heart-shaped leaves of this perennial are deep olive-green with silver streaks and a purple reverse. Lush and mounding, they add rich color to any setting. And dotted among them are small, delicately striped violet-blue flowers that begin in mid-spring and continue all the way to mid-fall.The blooms are abundant and eye-catching on plants…

    A delightfully mounding, trailing little plant with striking variegation and bold violet-blue blooms, 'Silver Gem' is a fine new selection of our native Appalachian Blue Violet, developed for the Mt. Cuba Center in Delaware and perfect for a partly shaded spot in your border or best container.The heart-shaped leaves of this perennial are deep olive-green with silver streaks and a purple reverse. Lush and mounding, they add rich color to any setting. And dotted among them are small, delicately striped violet-blue flowers that begin in mid-spring and continue all the way to mid-fall.The blooms are abundant and eye-catching on plants…

  • Venosa Violacea Clematis viticella Clematis Plant

    Venosa Violacea Clematis viticella Clematis Plant

    Until you see these brilliant white-and-violet blooms in your own garden, it's difficult to visualize their impact. They are so numerous, so intensely colored, and so lovely! An heirloom variety from the famous French plantsman Lemoine, this 1883 introduction is as timely today as the season it was first shown to the world.The blooms measure 4 inches wide, witha base of white heavily overlaid with deep purple-magneta at the tips, shading to violet with spidery maroon veins. They begin in midsummer and continue into early fall, carrying the garden through one of its duller seasons with style and grace.'Venosa Violacea'…

    Until you see these brilliant white-and-violet blooms in your own garden, it's difficult to visualize their impact. They are so numerous, so intensely colored, and so lovely! An heirloom variety from the famous French plantsman Lemoine, this 1883 introduction is as timely today as the season it was first shown to the world.The blooms measure 4 inches wide, witha base of white heavily overlaid with deep purple-magneta at the tips, shading to violet with spidery maroon veins. They begin in midsummer and continue into early fall, carrying the garden through one of its duller seasons with style and grace.'Venosa Violacea'…

  • Viola Angel Tiger Eye

    Viola Angel Tiger Eye

    So much beauty in such a neat little package! Angel Tiger Eye is just 4 to 6 inches high and wide, yet it will catch your eye from across the garden when its neat golden blooms with their dramatic spiderweb of black burst forth in summer! Ideal for overwintering and quite weather-resistant, Angel Tiger Eye is the Viola you MUST grow for quick, beautiful coverage!This petite plant sets a good number of rich golden-yellow blooms scored with dozens of inky black veins. The flowers are 1 to 1½ inches wide, and they beat all other Violas into bloom by several…

  • Viola Angel Tiger Eye Hybrid

    Viola Angel Tiger Eye Hybrid

    So much beauty in such a neat little package! Angel Tiger Eye is just 4 to 6 inches high and wide, yet it will catch your eye from across the garden when its neat golden blooms with their dramatic spiderweb of black burst forth in summer! Ideal for overwintering and quite weather-resistant, Angel Tiger Eye is the Viola you MUST grow for quick, beautiful coverage!Ready to bloom just 8 weeks after sowing, this petite plant sets a good number of rich golden-yellow blooms scored with dozens of inky black veins. The flowers are 1 to 1½ inches wide, and they…

  • Viola c. 'Penny Peach Jump Up' F1 Hybrid

    Viola c. 'Penny Peach Jump Up' F1 Hybrid

    A delightful viola with the unusual color combination of two purple upper petals above an attractively blushed peach and citrus orange face. Bushy plants flower over a very long period, looking spectacular in borders or containers. Z7-9. 4-6in.

  • Viola cornuta 'Endurio Mixed' F1 Hybrid

    Viola cornuta 'Endurio Mixed' F1 Hybrid

    This delightful mixture of six distinct colors will enhance semi-trailing plants tumbling over the sides of containers or baskets or can be grown as an effective ground cover in borders. Unlike its larger cousins, 'Endurio' will keep on flowering throughout much colder weather. 8in. Z7-9. Germination: 14-20 days, 50-75F. Well-drained soil. Violas are perennial, but often grown as half hardy annuals.

  • Viola Endurio™ Sky Blue Martien

    Viola Endurio™ Sky Blue Martien

    Winner of the 2010 Cool Season Bedding Plant Award from All-America Selections, Endurio™ has richly deserved its accolades! Not only is this series frost-tolerant,The 1-inch blooms are gorgeous and very closely-set, giving you more flowers than ever before on well-branched, semi-trailing plants. Adaptable to any setting from a hanging basket (where it cascades beautifully) to edging the driveway (where it masses its blooms into a dense, colorful mound), Endurio™ is the Viola you've been waiting for.Just 4 to 6 inches high (when not in bloom) and wide, this Horned Violet (also called a Tufted Pansy, or, in a pinch, Johnny…

  • Viola hybrida 'Magnifico' F1 Hybrid

    Viola hybrida 'Magnifico' F1 Hybrid

    Beautiful, pure white flowers with a dashing violet picotee edging. The faces of this excellent, compact viola will add grace and charm to your bedding, borders and patio containers. 8in. Germination: 14-20 days, 50-75F. Well-drained soil. Violas are perennial, but often grown as half hardy annuals.

  • Viola Jump Up Mix

    Viola Jump Up Mix

    Jewel-bright tones of violet, golden-yellow, and pure white bedazzle on these merry whiskered blooms! Jump Up Mix is a splendid selection of the best Violas for harsh spring and fall weather. They may be tiny, but they're tough!Whether your garden is plagued by March rainstorms, late spring frosts, or early winter weather, Jump Up is the Viola you need to keep the sunny to partly shaded bed (not to mention your best containers!) bright and cheery. The blooms measure about 1½ inches wide, suffused with rich color and strikingly whiskered in pencilstrokes of black. Very handsome, and determined to bloom…

  • Viola Shangri-La Marina

    Viola Shangri-La Marina

    Perfect for cool-season beds and your best containers, these happy two-tone blue faces belong to the latest All America Selection winner! Shangri-La Marina is a hardy (biennial) Horned Violet that blooms just a little over 2 months from sowing, delivering two or more seasons of brilliant color!Start the seeds indoors for fall blooms. They will flower all autumn, rest in winter, then return for a full spring show! In warm climates, you'll get continuous waves of flowers from autumn right through winter and into spring! Either way, that's more faces than most Violets can deliver.And they're such cheerful faces, too.…

  • Viola sororia 'Freckles'

    Viola sororia 'Freckles'

    A rare and most unusual viola with speckled flowers, producing up to 20 per plant in its first season. Easy to grow and drought resistant, looking good under roses, in borders, spring bedding, containers and many other positions. Flowers late winter to spring. Z4-8. 4-6in. Germination: 14-20 days, 50-75F. Well-drained soil.

  • Viola x hybrida 'Rose Shades'

    Viola x hybrida 'Rose Shades'

    A delightful, bushy, compact and free-flowering variety in delicious rose shades, plus the added bonus of a sweet fragrance. Ideal for spring or summer borders and looks spectacular in containers. Germination: 14-20 days, 50-75F. Well-drained soil. 6-10in.

  • Viola x w. 'A Touch Of Bronze Mixed'

    Viola x w. 'A Touch Of Bronze Mixed'

    A striking combination bringing together an alluring velvet blue and her two enchanting offspring in blue-bronze shades. 10in.Germination: 14-20 days, 50-75F. Well-drained soil.

  • Viola x w.'Tiger Eyes'

    Viola x w.'Tiger Eyes'

    This impressive viola is the result of an impressive breeding program. Attractive, old gold petals are inlaid with intricate black veins, contrasting with the fresh, dark green foliage. Create an eye-catching display in borders or containers. Suitable for summer or winter flowering. 9in. Germination: 14-20 days, 50-75F. Well-drained soil.

  • Viola x williamsiana 'Floral Powers Mixed' F1 Hybrid

    Viola x williamsiana 'Floral Powers Mixed' F1 Hybrid

    One of the best viola introductions in recent years, out-flowering all other varieties. This delightful mixture of very bushy, free-flowering plants has large blooms and excellent flower power. Early to bloom with a superb garden and container performance. Blooms in a wide range of colors. Germination: 14-20 days, 50-75F. Well-drained soil. Z7-9. 6in.

  • Viola x williamsiana 'Sweeties'

    Viola x williamsiana 'Sweeties'

    The best-ever dwarf viola for containers! A unique mixture of small attractive bicolored flowers resembling tiny sweets. Compact plants are smothered in masses of flowers over a very long period making it ideal for summer or winter flowering bedding displays. Germination: 14-20 days, 50-75F. Well-drained soil. Z7-9. 4in.

  • Viola-Johnny Jump Up

    Viola-Johnny Jump Up

    Viola tricolor Looking like a miniature pansy, this petite member of the viola family blooms profusely. Tricolored purple, lavender, and yellow blossoms are charming additions to any garden. They will re-bloom in fall if cut back when summer heat slows blooming, and later will reseed itself under favorable conditions. Sow in March or April for spring bloom, and in July for fall bloom. Height: 8 inches. Germination code: (1) or (4)

  • Wild Pansy Viola tricolor

    Wild Pansy Viola tricolor

    Prolific flowering baby pansy with a combination of 3-4 colors in each flower. Flowers summer to winter. Often grown as an annual. Z4-8. 3-5in.