- Flower nameViolet
- Scientific nameViola banksii
- Aliasパンダスミレ, ビオラ・バンクシー
- Place of originAustralia
- Place of floweringFields and footpaths, Low mountains, Potted flower
- Flowering seasonApril, May, June, September, October, November
What is Violet
Viola banksii (scientific name: Viola banksii) is a perennial wildflower of the violet family, Violetaceae, native to Australia. It grows wild in wastelands and vacant lots in the eastern coastal areas of its origin. The petals are composed of two upper petals, two side petals and one lip petal. The petals are white with a purple base. Fine white hairs grow from the base of the lateral petals to the center. The leaves are kidney-shaped and grow in rosettes on short stems.
Common name: Viola banksii, scientific name: Viola banksii, also known as pandanus violet, Viola banksii, Tasmanian viola, vine violet, classification: Plantae, Magnoliophyta, Dicotyledons, Violetaceae, Violet species, origin: Australia, grass height: 10-15 cm, leaf shape: kidney-shaped, leaf length: 1.2-3.5 cm, leaf width: 2-6.5 cm, flowering season: April-June, September-November, flower color: purple and white, flower diameter: 2-2.5 cm.