Common Name: Long-spurred Violet, Longspur Violet
Shade, medium moisture level, rich soil, circumneutral pH. 6-12 inches height, blooms in spring, pale blue flowers, spreads slowly by creeping rhizomes.
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Native Region: Eastern half of Tennessee
Well behaved and easy to grow violet. Propagation is easiest by division. Blossoms make good candy, jam, jelly, syrup and wine. Edible leaves are high in Vitamin A and C. Attracts butterflies, bees and birds.