VIOLA PENSYLVANICA – YELLOW VIOLETS
Yellow Violets are a perennial flower that will come back year after year. The flower that this plant produces is strikingly yellow, and it will thrive during the early spring months all the way through to summer. While the flower is on the smaller side, a brilliant color makes up for its size. Usually there is a single bloom on the stem but occasionally you will find more than one flower. The foliage on this perennial is shaped like hearts, and it is a yellow/green with a tint of violet in them. This plant is just perfect for any area where you are growing a woodland garden.
You can find this native plant growing wild in just about every wooded area of the eastern United States. Once you have the conditions right for building them they will take off and begin to spread like wildfire. This perennial grows best in USDA climate zones 4 to 7. This plant will grow to be about 10 inches tall and only about 3 to 6 inches wide. It can grow in several different soils, but it is best when it grows in soils that are moist and loamy. These types of soils imitate the natural wooded areas that this flower grows wild in. It can also do fine in either full sunlight or partial shade as well. This plant is also deer resistant, and it is not found very tasty by other animals. It will look simply fantastic when they grow in any garden and landscaping area. Also they will make a great addition to your area bringing lots of color and life wherever it may grow.
USDA Climate Zone: 4 – 7
Plant Height: 6-10 inches
Plant Width: 3-6 inches across
Soil Type: Moist, loamy
Sun: Full sunlight to partial shade
Ships As: Bareroot Plant