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Yellow violets

Posted by diggerb2 z5oh (My Page) on
Tue, May 20, 08 at 16:51

I'm looking for a source for yellow violets,
any help appreciated. they are just for popping into my woodland areas

diggerb


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RE: Yellow violets

Diggerb2,
Try viola valley wildflowers, they've got v.pubescens aka downy yellow violet. I ordered from them this spring and the yellow ones are doing good. They come bare root.
-B


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RE: Yellow violets

This reply is coming late in the summer. I just read your posting about a source for yellow violets. I have had good luck with Gardens of the Blueridge in North Carolina. They have viola rotundifolia (round leaf yellow violet) and viola pennsylvania (smooth leaf yellow violet). Yellow violets are intriguing.


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