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Sweet Violet

  • Flowers late February to May.
  • Sweet Violet grows in hedge banks, woodland, churchyards, waste and brownfield sites and beside roads and footpaths.
  • It is a native, perennial, low-growing, rhizomatous, patch-forming, fragrant herb that grows in patches of plants linked by rooting stolons.

The flowers are small (12-18mm across) and violet. The spur is usualy lilac or purple.

Credit: Thank you to Keith Jones for sharing these informative facts.

Photo Credit: © Keith Jones

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