- Flower nameViola papilionace
- Scientific nameViola sororia
- Aliascommon blue violet, パピリオナケア, papilionace, Viola sororia
- Place of originNorth America
- Place of floweringFields and footpaths, Potted flower
- Flowering seasonApril, May
What is Viola papilionace
Viola papilionace ,or common blue violet (Viola papilionace) is a native North American perennial herb in the family Violaceae.
From among the heart-shaped root leaves, violet-shaped flowers bloom at the tip of the petiole in spring.
There is a white beard on the throat.
The word 'fine spicy' comes from the fact that the shape of the leaves resembles that of the Ussbacicin (thin-leafed fine spicy), a member of the Uvalanaceae family.
Papilionacea is a cultivar with purple flowers.
Priceana is white with a blue-purple center.
Freckles is a white petal with densely interspersed blue-purple faint spots.
Common Name: American Violet Violet, Scientific Name: Viola sororia, Synonym: Viola papilionace, Viola
Also named: common blue violet, papilionace,
Grass height: 10-20 cm, leaf length: 5-12 cm, leaves: rhizomatous, leaf shape: heart-shaped, leaf margin: serrated.
Flower color: dark blue-purple, diameter: 2 to 3 cm, flowering season: April to May.