- Flower nameViola banksii
- Scientific nameViola banksii
- Aliasビオラ･バンクシイ, ツルスミレ, ツタスミレ, パンダスミレ
- Place of originsouthern Australia
- Place of floweringGarden
- Flowering seasonApril, May, June, July, August, September, October, November
What is Viola banksii
Viola banksii or Tasmanian Viola (scientific name: Viola banksii) is a family of violets in southern Australia. It is a cold-tolerant perennial in the family Violaceae. In origin, it is native to Queensland to Tasmania. It is also known as Ivy-leaved violety, panda violet, ivy violet, viola bank, shei or vine violet.
Common name: Violet, Scientific name: Viola mandshurica or Viola hederacea, also known as Ivy-leaved Violet, panda violet, ivy violet, and Viola banksii, vine violet, Flowering season: April - November, Flower color: Purple White and yellow, flower diameter: 2 cm.