Native Violet, Viola hederacea - A low growing plant ideal for shady position in the garden

Native Violets are an evergreen plant with green circular leaves and a purple and white flower. They spread by runners to form a dense low growing mat of foliage and when in bloom the sea of flowers appear to float above the ground. Native Violets are great for shady area of the garden and make a great lawn alternative in shade spots.

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Viola hederacea

Native Violet, Viola hederacea, prefers a cool shady position in the garden. In more exposed aspects some watering during hot dry weather will help the plant look its best. When used as a lawn alternative the occasional trimming once or twice a year will keep is tidy.

Height & Width

10cm tall x 1m plus wide

Flowers and Fruit

Flowers mostly over the warmer months of the year with small purple and white flowers that appear to float above the foliage


Best suited to shady aspects in the garden. If planted in an open situation some additional watering will help the plant look its best.

Soil Type

cool, moist, free draining soils are best


Trim once or twice a year to keep tidy

Planting Rates

5 to 10 tubes per m2

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