DESCRIPTION

ROSULATE VIOLAS is a group where VIOLA COTYLEDON belongs, it is an amazing beautiful perennial plant. It has different colors of LEAVES  which are colors green, ovate, semi-succulent, with white cartilaginous margins and arranged in compressed rosettes. In EARLY SUMMER, the FLOWER STARTS TO BLOOM and STAND in a RING AROUND THE OUTER EDGE OF THE ROSETTE. The range in colors are from PURE WHITE to DARK BLUE.

WHAT TO KNOW?

“KOTYLEDON” is GREEK word, which means “CUP-SHAPED” and probably refers to the SHAPE OF THE LEAVES. It is where “COTYLEDON” came from.

VIOLA COTYLEDON

HOW TO GROW AND CARE FOR VIOLA PATRAEA

COLD CONDITIONS, SOIL THAT CONTAINS ADEQUATE AMOUNTS OF NUTRIENTS, and AS MUCH LIGHT AS POSSIBLE ARE ESSENTIAL for this plant, because it is known for being DIFFICULT TO KEEP ALIVE.

• This kind of plants grow in enough BARE LOOSE SOILS, which are ordinarily VOLCANIC IN ORIGIN.

•  ONLY FROM SEED is how or where this plant grows, also with SOME PATIENCE

DEFICIENCY OF LIGHT is where etiolation begins, that is why it is COMMONLY THE PROBLEM of this plant which results in elongation of the compact rosettes. It is KNOWN that in any bunch of seedlings, some of them will quickly etiolate, while other MAY NOT. So, there is some outlook in picking ROSULATE VIOLAS more likely to grow SATISFACTORILY IN CULTIVATION.

SOWING VIOLAS DIRECTLY IN THE GARDEN

VIOLA COTYLEDON

ANOTHER TIPS ON HOW TO GROW VIOLA COTYLEDON

VIOLA COTYLEDON