Threepart Violet, Viola tripartita

Threepart Violet

Viola tripartita

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Bloom Time: Spring
Hardiness Zones: 5, 6, 7
Soil Conditions: Loam
Soil Moisture: Moist, Wet
Color: Yellow
Fragrance: No
Height: 12-18 inches
Spacing: 12 inches

Threepart Violet, Viola tripartite, is a species of violet that is native to rich, mesic forests over calcareous rocks. It is a small perennial herb that has yellow flowers in the spring. Threepart Violet shows its brownish-purple-striated yellow blossoms in mid-spring. It grows up to about a foot tall, and has alternate leaves in the upper part of the stem. There are usually three lobes, although that may vary.

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