VIOLA ATROPURPUREA is a PERENNIAL-PLANT with SEMI-SUCCULENT, it has a color of olive brown to pale blue green. It’s LEAVES are arranged spirally in rosettes, and with reddish margins sometimes. ROSULATE VIOLAS, is the group where it belongs. This viola can grow up to 6 centimeters. SPRING TO EARLY SUMMER ARE THE PERFECT TIME FOR ITS FLOWER TO APPEAR AND FORM AS A RING AROUND OUTER EDGE OF THE ROSETTE. Blackish purple is its usual color, with a yellow throat and white hairs.

“ATROPURPUREA” is from the LATIN WORD “ATROX” WHICH MEANS “VERY OR FIERCELY” AND “PURPUREA”, WHICH MEANS “PURPLE”, which is the color of the flower.


VIOLA ATROPURPUREA

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WATERING CONDITIONS:

Take note that its LIGHT CONDITION must be in a FULL EXPOSED SUN.


VIOLA ATROPURPUREA

HOW TO GROW VIOLA ATROPURPUREA


VIOLA ATROPURPUREA

GROWING TIPS IN VIOLA ATROPURPUREA