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Viola arborescens

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Viola arborescens is a species of Viola and is also known as the tree violet.[2] The average height is anywhere from 8 to 10 inches. Viola arborescens requires direct sunlight to grow. Viola arborescens is very cold hardy, and is in bloom all winter and into early spring.

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Color

The Viola arborescens displays color all winter and into early spring. Typical natural colors include magenta, gold, light blue, dark purple, maroon and off-white.

Locality

The Viola arborescens is dominant in Southwestern Europe. It is mostly found in Spain, especially in the Alicante province, Javea, and Cabo de San Antonio.

References

  1. ^ Viola arborescens was first described and published in Species Plantarum 2: 935. 1753. "Plant Name Details for Viola arborescens". IPNI. Retrieved August 21, 2011.
  2. ^ "Viola arborescens". RHS Horticultural Database. Royal Horticultural Society. Retrieved August 21, 2011.
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Viola arborescens: Brief Summary

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Viola arborescens is a species of Viola and is also known as the tree violet. The average height is anywhere from 8 to 10 inches. Viola arborescens requires direct sunlight to grow. Viola arborescens is very cold hardy, and is in bloom all winter and into early spring.

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