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FrenchTutor

I love learning new things, and this led me on a search for Viola flowers, which I had not heard of before. No matter what you call them, and these are Violas, they are beautiful. We find them wild in the early spring in shady spots of our yard; the wild varieties are a little smaller than these here. I love the color of these.
Viola is a genus of flowering plants in the violet family Violaceae. It is the largest genus in the family, containing between 525 and 600 species. Most species are found in the temperate Northern Hemisphere; however, some are also found in widely divergent areas such as Hawaii, Australasia, and the Andes.
Some Viola species are perennial plants, some are annual plants, and a few are small shrubs. A large number of species, varieties and cultivars are grown in gardens for their ornamental flowers. In horticulture the term "pansy" is normally used for those multi-coloured, large-flowered cultivars which are raised annually or biennially from seed and used extensively in bedding. The terms "viola" and "violet" are normally reserved for small-flowered annuals or perennials, including the species. (Wikipedia)

porcellus2

they are violas

they might be pansies ?

FrenchTutor

Such pretty violets. We have these wild in the early spring. Lovely puzzle!

4wings5

Another beauty! Thanks! ♪ Debb ♫

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