Viola Seeds - Diane's Flower Seeds
Viola tricolor Helen Mount
Viola 'Helen Mount'
(Viola tricolor)

380 seeds   $2.50         
Viola tricolor 'Helen Mount' has small flowers that bloom from spring to fall in shades of purple, lavender and yellow. It makes a nice groundcover, spreading and self-sowing around larger plants in the garden.

Viola flowers are edible, which makes them a perfect addition to the herb garden. Viola tricolor is a host plant for several butterfly species, including Variegated Fritillary, Great Spangled Fritillary, and Gray Hairstreak.

Common names include Wild Pansy, Johnny Jump-Up, and Heartsease. Also known as Viola cornuta 'Helen Mount'. Hardy in zones 4-9.

height 6"


Viola Seeds

Viola is a short-lived perennial with small flowers in a wide range of colors. It thrives in full sun to part shade. Easy to grow from seed.

Sowing 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. Spacing 4".

Viola 'Bambini Mix'
Viola 'Bambini Mixed'
(Viola cornuta)

65 seeds   $2.50         
Viola 'Bambini Mixed' blooms in a wide range of colors and bicolors with cute pansy faces. The flowers are quite large for a viola. It is perfect for containers, as well as the front of the border.

Also known as Viola 'Large-flowered Bambini Mix'. Hardy in zones 5-9. Plant in late summer to early fall in mild winter climates.

height 8"


Viola 'Chantreyland'
Viola 'Chantreyland'
(Viola cornuta)

65 seeds   $2.50         
Viola 'Chantreyland' is a lovely selection with soft apricot-orange flowers. The flowers are relatively large for a viola.

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"


Viola 'King Henry'
Viola 'King Henry'
(Viola cornuta)

65 seeds   $2.50       
Viola 'King Henry' is an heirloom variety with royal purple flowers that have a small golden eye and deep purple whiskers. It looks great with spring bulbs, and it makes a good companion for other plants in containers.

King Henry viola has small flowers, but it's a good bloomer, and it often overwinters and self-sows in the garden. Formerly known as Viola 'Prince Henry'. Hardy in zones 5-9.

height 6"


Viola 'White Perfection' has pure white flowers with a light fragrance.

Violas bloom best in cool weather, slowing down in the heat of summer. Give them afternoon shade, and deadhead the flowers to prolong the bloom season. Hardy in zones 5-9.

height 8"


Viola 'White Perfection'
(Viola cornuta)

65 seeds   $2.50      
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Viola 'White Perfection'
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Viola 'Yellow Perfection'
Viola 'Yellow Perfection'
(Viola cornuta)

65 seeds   $2.50      
Viola 'Yellow Perfection' has lemon-yellow flowers. It makes a cheerful addition to containers and small gardens, including the herb garden.

Viola flowers are edible. They can be used for garnishing, adding color to salads, or decorating cakes and desserts. Hardy in zones 5-9.

height 8"


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Viola 'Admiration'
Viola 'Admiration'
(Viola cornuta)

65 seeds   $2.50        
Viola 'Admiration' has solid, violet-blue flowers. It's a nice color that goes well with all sorts of other annuals and perennials.

Violas attract butterflies and beneficial insects, making them good companion plants in the vegetable garden. Hardy in zones 5-9.

height 8"

Also see Pansy Seeds

Annual Flower Seeds

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