MY moving 'violation' this morning!



Violias are an incredibly beautiful and versatile winter bloomer for us here in zone 7b. They bloom far more profusely than their big Pansy relative. They sit well in pots and will take more shade than the Pansy as well.

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  • Judy Adwell Oliveira
    on Jan 25, 2013

    I love these little sweethearts also. You can use these little cutties to make stationary with and they make darling Valentines cards as well. You have to dry them first in order to make the cards.

  • Move Masters
    on Apr 7, 2014

    Beautiful violas! It looksmore beautiful when placed in beautiful designer pots on your living room or inyour garden. It is a fresh crop all season long Stop by in March for Pansiesand Violias

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