Viola, Etain


 Description:  A lovely large-flowered pansy with lemon yellow flowers rimmed in deep lavender. Easy to grow and perennial in many locations. They create a subtly beautiful color impact in the spring garden, especially when combined with peach or white tulips. Though this variety blooms the heaviest from late spring to early summer, it will continue to send up flowers sporadically throughout the summer in cooler zones.

Common Name:  Etain Viola

Scientific Name:  Viola 'Etain'

Type:  Perennial

Exposure:  Full Sun - Full Shade

Size:  6-8" height, 6-12 spread

Bloom Color:  Yellow & Purple

Bloom Period:  Late Spring - Early Summer

Landscape Use:  Container, Patio, Woodland, Cottage Garde, Rock Garden

Soil:  Well-drained

Zone:  5 - 8

Growth Rate:  Moderate

Companion Plants:  Coral Bells, Hosta, Iris, Bleeding Hearts, Pink Astilbe



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