Viola labradorica - labrador violet
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Dainty little groundcover that will bloom in the coldest shadiest places. It is perfect for planting under leafy trees and in gloomy urban gardens, where it will settle in and create a carpet of heart-shaped leaves topped by tiny sapphire spring flowers.
Viola labradorica - labrador violetAPPEARANCE: Spreading mat-forming low groundcover with heart-shaped leaves which have a purple blush to them; and purple-blue five-petalled flowers.
USE FOR : As a groundcover beneath trees, mass planted on banks and slopes, in shady places, in windowboxes and pots.
PLANTING : Plant in dappled light to full shade, in any moist or well-drained soil. Completely cold hardy.
CARE: Provide plenty of water during the first 12 weeks or until the plant is established; and during very dry spells.
HEIGHT & WIDTH: 10cm H x up to 2m W.
YOUR PLANTS: These plants are tubestock plants, healthy young plants with new roots that will establish quickly in your garden. The pot size is 80mm high and 42 mm wide.
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