Alpine marsh violet.
Alpine marsh violet is an easy to grow native violet that grows throughout much of the world. Fritillary butterfly uses violets. This violet is also known as Viola Howellii, V. epipsila, V. repens, V. palustris subsp. brevipes.
Use in a moist shady court yard or between stones in a cool, damp patio.
Viola palustris tolerates seasonal flooding.
Viola palustris is great for a butterfly garden.
Viola palustris's foliage color is green, type is evergreen and is edible.
Viola palustris's flower color is violet and is edible.
Communities for Viola palustris:Mountain Meadow and Riparian (rivers & creeks).
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