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Viola blanda (Sweet White Violet) Violaceae
Easily grown in average to medium wet soil. This flower has no insect or disease problems.
Common Name: Sweet White Violet
Native Range: North America and Illinois
Type: Herbaceous perennial
Bloom Time: April to May
Bloom Description: White
Suggested Use: Ground cover
States in America where Viola blanda has been reported.
Leaves of the Sweet violet later on during the season.
Flower: Single irregular 5 petal white terminal flower. Flowers are about 1/2 inch across the upper two petals typically more narrow that most violets.
Leaves and stems: Leaves are all basal, forming clusters at nodes along stem runners, mostly heart-shaped, up to 2 1/2 inches wide at maturity. The leaves are either rounded, blunted or pointed at the tip. The top of the leaves my appear gently glaborous. Leaf color is dark green; the leaf color and flower stalk are often tinged with red.
Fruit: The fruit of the violet is a hanging ovoid capsule about 1/4 inch long, containing many small seeds that ripen to dark brown.