Viola epipsila ssp repens

Viola epipsila subsp. repens Becker Description and illustrations of Viola epipsila subsp. repens: 6 photographs and 4 drawings  This violet from arctic to sub-arctic climates is only 2-10 cm high with flowers of less than 1 cm. Its cold northern inland range, dwarf size and the position of the bracteoles near the top of the peduncle distinguish this…

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…

Viola xsubsinuata

Viola xsubsinuata Greene (pro sp.) Unedited notes on Viola subsinuata; 3 photographs, no drawings Pittonia 4:4. 1899. (syn. V. palmata auct. non L., V. pedatifida x sororia) TM: Section Nosphinium, subsect. Boreali-Americanae [NEW classification, 2010]. Harvey Ballard, July 2005 & Michigan Botanist, 1994:  V. xpalmata produces leaves early in the growing season and in the fall…

Viola sororia

[Kim’s notes and description of Viola sororia, unedited. 7 photographs and 1 drawing.  Notes on associated Fritillary butterflies. See also the posting of Viola sororia photographs] Viola sororia Willd. TM: Section Nosphinium, subsect. Boreali-Americanae [NEW classification, 2010]. 2N=54, IPCN 86-87, Canne, J.M., 1987. Carl Ludwig von Willdenow, 1765-1812. From draft of article written by Kim…

Viola septentrionalis

Viola septentrionalis Greene Kim’s unedited notes, 3 photographs and 2 drawings of Viola septentrionalis  TM: Section Nosphinium, subsect. Boreali-Americanae [NEW classification, 2010]. Edward Lee Green, 1843-1915. ‘septentrionalis’ means ‘north, northern’. A few sites in BC, Canada. For plant details see e-Flora BC website. Use http://plants.usda.gov Plant Images to find map of states where this occurs,…

Viola septemloba

Viola septemloba LeConte Kim’s unedited notes, 2 photographs and 2 drawings of Viola septemloba Ann. Lyceum Nat. Hist. New York 2: 141. 1826. Boreali-Americanae. Major John Eatton LeConte (1784-1860) Normal H. Russell, Violets (Viola) of Central and Eastern United States: An Introductory Survey, SIDA 2 (1): 1-113. 1965, Lloyd H. Shinners: This pretty little violet…

Viola selkirkii

Viola selkirkii. Pursh ex Goldie Description and illustrations: 4 photographs and 3 drawings of Viola selkirkii This species is the sole North American representative of a predominantly Eurasian group of approximately two dozen species, all characterized by distinctly adnate stipules at the base of the petiole. This feature separates Viola selkirkii from all other blue-flowered…