Viola renifolia

Viola renifolia A. Gray Description and illustrations: 2 photographs and 2 drawings of Viola renifolia Viola renifolia is a boreal North American species. The absence of stolons and the spreading wide kidney-shaped leaves with wavy margins will distinguish this species from other white stemless violets. It does not occur in large colonies but as scattered…

Viola primulifolia L.

Viola primulifolia L. Description and illustrations: 4 photographs of Viola primulifolia and hybrids, 4 drawings of Viola primulifolia The distinctive leaf shape and wide margins at the top of the petiole separate this species from all other white stemless violets. Leaf blades are longer than wide, ovate-oblong shape, rounded or acute at the tip; the…

Viola palustris var. brevipes

Viola palustris var. brevipes (M.S. Baker) Davis Description and illustrations: 4 photographs of Viola palustris var brevipes and 2 drawings of Viola palustris var brevipes  A smaller plant than the Viola sp. nov. populations of the Pacific northwest and Viola palustris L. var. palustris of the Atlantic. It is stoloniferous, with bright green kidney-shaped or heart shaped…

Viola palustris L.

Viola palustris L. Marsh violet. Description and illustrations: 1 photograph of Viola palustris and 3 drawings of V. palustris Though this violet is common in northern Europe, it is restricted to a small area of far northeastern North America. Its leaves are grayish-green, from creeping rhizomes and with round-faced flowers of a pink-mauve color that…

Viola pallens

Viola pallens (Banks ex DC.) Brainerd Description and illustrations of Viola pallens: 4 photographs and 2 drawings Viola pallens is the smallest flowered of the stemless stoloniferous white violet species. It occurs in eastern North America in wetter, colder and/or higher altitude situations than V. blanda. Flowers appear early, before leaves appear on deciduous forest…

Viola occidentalis

Viola occidentalis (Gray) Howell Description and illustrations of Viola occidentalis: 3 photographs and 2 drawings This rare wetland violet has a very limited range in the Klamath-Siskiyou mountains of northwestern California and southwestern Oregon.   The characteristic leaves and limited range of V. occidentalis make it unmistakable. The stemless plants are glabrous throughout, from 8 to19…

Viola macloskeyi

Viola macloskeyi F.E.Lloyd Description and illustrations of Viola macloskeyi: 6 photographs (1 of immature seeds) and 3 drawings This violet is isolated in the high mountain ranges of California, Oregon, Washington and south western Canada. It is common in the San Bernardino and San Jacinto Mountains, the Sierra Nevada, the north Coast Ranges and the Cascade…

Viola blanda

Viola blanda Willd. Description and illustrations of Viola blanda: 11 photographs (4 of hybrids) and 3 drawings The most common white flowered stemless violet in eastern North America is Viola blanda. It grows in shaded damp deciduous woodlands at lower elevations, flowering at the time the deciduous trees are leafing out, or even later. It…

Viola xviarum

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Viola villosa

Viola villosa Walter Description and illustrations of Viola villosa: 4 photographs and 2 drawings Viola villosa was first collected by Thomas Walter, a plantation owner and keen botanist in the Charleston area of South Carolina.   The plants that I have photographed were growing east of Charleston at the edge of a newly developing industrial estate, at…