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Viola cornuta 'Chantreyland'
Chantreyland viola is a lovely variety with soft apricot-orange flowers. The flowers are relatively large for a viola.
Viola 'Chantreyland' makes a great addition to a container of mixed annuals. It's also nice at the front of the border. Violas bloom best in cool weather. They slow down in the heat of summer. Give them afternoon shade, and deadhead them to prolong the bloom season.
Viola cornuta is also known as horned violet or tufted pansy. Violas are more free-flowering than panises, which makes up for the blooms being smaller. Hardy in zones 5-9.
height 8" spacing 4"
Sowing Chantreyland Viola Seeds
Start viola seeds indoors 8 weeks before the last frost date. Or sow outdoors 4-6 weeks before the last frost. Barely cover the seeds with soil. Full sun to part shade.