Viola

Celestialâ„¢ Series ‘Starry Night’
Viola's are a staple for the garden be you in the South or North. They offer great flower power in the South from fall through winter and into spring when nothing much is in bloom (except Helleborus). In the North, they bloom profusely from spring through summer into fall. They can be planted in full sun or partial shade and are evergreen in milder climates. Deer resistant. Treat as an annual or allow to reseed in the garden. 'Starry Night' is a lovely selection with soft lavender flowers with soft yellow eyes.
common name:
violet
plug size:
72
hardiness zone:
4 – 9
color:
yellow, purple/lavender
height:
4"-8"
light:
partial shade
bloom time:
spring to fall and winter in the South
patent status:
USPP#18253
Next Availability: Week 39