Violas are an early, profusely blooming plant that thrives in cool, moist weather. They are early bloomers in late spring to early summer. Then, they shrivel in the mid summer heat. Viola are popular, easy, and fun to grow. Viola are perfect bedding plants. They also are great in windowsills and containers. Viola plants like full to partial sun. They thrive in cool, moist weather. In warmer areas, we recommend partial shade. They prefer rich to average soil that holds moisture. Mix in plenty of compost to increase soil retention. Add a general purpose fertilizer when planting them, then once a month after that. Deadhead flowers to extend the blooming period. This will also keep the appearance neat and beautiful.
- Common Name: Winter Pansy
- Bloom: Early Spring | Spring | Late Spring
- Growth: 12-18 Inches
- Exposure: Full Sun | Partial Sun | Partial Shade
- Water: Average