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VIOLA LABRADORICA

Violet Labrador. Sun. 6-8". Masses

of deep violet flowers on broad

mat-forming plants with dark purple

green foliage. March-April. Native to

the Lower 48.

A sweet little native that spreads

gently through shade.

Dark chocolate foliage to just a few inches

tops off with tiny violet flowers in May

Butterflies love the flowers; their

larvae like the foliage!

An Arctic Zone 3 hardy!

Zone 3-8

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