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Blue Violet


COMMON BLUE VIOLET
Viola papilionacea Violet Family  Violaseae
March-June common
Description: From 2 to 8 inches  tall. Flowers are usually a little over topped by the heart shaped leaves, which may be 3 to 5 inches wide. Flowers are commonly deep blue to violet with a lighter center. The color form shown below to the right is called Confederate violet.

Location: Moist woods, fields, roadsides and lawns
 
Common blue Violet

Common Blue Violet
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 


Confederate Violet
Confederate Violet
Confederate Violet

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