Meet Viola adunca - Early Blue Violet, a small but mighty native groundcover that is sure to add a pop of color to any garden. With its delicate and charming purple and blue pansy-like flowers, this plant is not only aesthetically pleasing but also a great magnet for pollinators. And that's not all - as a larval host plant for several endangered butterflies, such as the Oregon Silverspot Butterfly, it also plays a crucial role in conservation efforts. Easy to maintain, it will self-seed and naturalize in the garden but won't take over.

Size: 2"-4" tall x 12"-16" wide
Light: Sun - Shade
USDA Zone: 4a-10b