King Henry Viola
The Viola King Henry, ‘Viola cornuta’, is an old, very popular Viola that can’t be out performed by the new Viola varieties. The edible, deep violet-blue velvety flowers (with a bright yellow eye) are striking when planted with spring bulbs. In cold climates, fall planting produces fall, early winter, and spring color. Viola King Henrys bloom fall through spring in warm climates. They look great planted in mass as a ground cover and with bulbs. The edible flowers can be used for salads and other dishes.
Scientific Name or Common Names: Viola cornuta
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King Henry Viola – Viola cornuta