Need help identifying...

thebadmonkey(z7 Ok)July 31, 2005

I have been told that this one is called v. septemloba but when I check pictures of that one on the net I have doubts about it being a correct identity. I thought I'd take a shot of posting it here to see if anyone here might have an idea. It is not a triloba or palmata. The leaves are serrated like a saw but they are not dissected like pedata. Any ideas? Thanks...

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rob_peace(VIC Aust)

the foliage resembles what i have grown as v. septemloba.
mine had lighter flowers which were more of a grey-blue....i do know these are difficult colours to capture in a pic!
was your violet from the wild? septemloba should be found from southeastern virginia south to florida and west to the mississippi
rob...

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