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Viola sororia

Viola sororia

Common Name: Meadow Violet

Native to North America

Viola sororia is a low rosette-forming wildflower with toothed heart shaped foliage.  From spring until early summer plants are graced by a sprinkling of diminutive blue or white violets.  This groundcover thrives in lightly shad…

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Viola striata

Viola striata

Common Name: Striped cream violet

Native to North America

Cream colored flowers, with purple striations on the lower petal.  Leaves are a deep green.  Grows best in moist to wet humusy soils in part shade, creating a dense ground cover.  Does not spread by runners, but does freely self-…

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Waldsteinia fragarioides

Waldsteinia fragarioides

Common Name: Barren strawberry

Native to North America

Waldsteinia fragarioides is an evergreen mat forming wildflower that can form large colonies from underground rhizomes.  Leaves are compound with three glossy toothed fan shaped leaflets.   In spring plants are graced …

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