Violas are an old favorite that is popular for their bright colors and multitude of 1.25″ blooms. Violas are very hardy and are gaining more popularity as a winter annual. Planted alone in large blocks of color or when combined with Pansies in the fall or early spring, violas always make an impressive showing.

Varieties and Colors: Sorbet Harvest Mix, Sorbet Purple, Sorbet Select Mix, Sorbet Yellow, Sorbet Yellow Jump Up

Sizes: J6

Recommended Spacing: Plant 6” to 8” apart.

Height: Grows 6″ to 8″ tall.

How to Grow: Plant in full or part sun.

Outstanding Features: More blooms per plant than pansies.

Tips: Give violas a good drink of water before an expected freeze. The additional moisture in the plants, which means less stress, helps the violas weather the freeze.

Recommended Uses: Garden Bed, Containers, Borders, Landscapes

 

yellow viola
Sorbet Yellow

Mix Viola

Sorbet Harvest Mix

Purple Viola

Sorbet Purple

Mix Viola

Sorbet Select Mix

Yellow Viola

Sorbet Yellow Jump Up

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