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Posted by Larry Eduards on Jan 12, 2022
Packaging is Very nice and plant looks strong. Thank You.
Posted by Paul Gray on Jan 11, 2022
The staff were very helpful, and I was able to find just what I was looking for—Violet. From now on, this will be my go-to website.
Posted by Carol turner on Jan 09, 2022
I have this planted over a year and it did not flourish well. I am trying to do it again this year and having it fully bloom in springtime.
Posted by Carol on Jan 08, 2022
These violets give a good accent to my perennial plants in the garden. Am creating a meadow around my space where the violet stands out beautifully. I received yesterday all my orders to add more in one empty space. Thank you TN nursery for the quick response from my urgent request.
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We dig fresh our plants and ship immediately. We ship US Mail, Priority shipping. You will receive a tracking number once your plants ship. All plants will be fine in their packages for up to 3 days after receiving.
We sell only bare root plants. We dip the roots in tera-sorb silicone gel to retain ample moisture for transit and surround with plastic. This is superior protection for plants in transit for up to 12 days.
Open your plants and inspect the same day received. We offer 3 days to report any problems with your order. Bare root plants need to be planted within 2-3 days of receiving unless weather-related problems prohibit planting. Store in a cool place and keep roots moist and covered with plastic until they can be planted. Water for the first week daily after planting.
Viola plants are ideal for growing indoors, taking little to no room and offering friendly flora for several months.
Viola is a class of blooming plants in the Violet family, Violaceae. It is the most extensive variety in the family, containing somewhere in the range of 525 and 600 species. The most famous varieties of this plant include African Violets, Verbena, Lavender, Clematis, Bellflower, Dwarf Iris, Catmint, Balloon Flower, etc.
Among these varieties, African violets are typically houseplants since they blossom independently and are not difficult to maintain. They have fluffy leaves with pink, purple, or white blossoms in different shades. They fit well in most home and office conditions' low moistness and moderate temperature. These plants can live and sprout for a long time with little consideration. You should re-pot African Violets with fresh potting soil twice a year or more. It implies that the Violet has outgrown its current pot to the extent that its roots are growing out. If that's in any case not possible, re-pot them whenever the plant becomes rootbound.
These low-growing annuals or short-lived perennials propagate using seeds and tiny, branching rhizomes. They are excellent house plants for fledglings; all they need is the correct potting mix, room temperature, and water to sprout the entire year. Violets don't require an over-the-top measure of daylight. You can pick a spot indoors that is sufficiently bright; however, it needs to be away from direct sunlight. The brilliant shade of Violet will lift the disposition of your room.
Violets prefer soil that is loose, porous, and well-draining. The first thing to remember is to choose an appropriate indoor place for your plant to thrive since it requires a location with optimal heat, humidity, and light. Violet leaves are radiant dark green and are somewhat an elongated heart or kidney-shaped, which along with the colors of violet flowers, look spectacular at the very first sight. Violet blooms usually grow on a single stem. Consisting of five petals and typically blue or Violet, these flowers are also available in shades of yellow, white, cream, or even multi-colored varieties.
The best thing about violets is that the leaves and blooms are edible and rich in vitamins and nutrients. You can plant them almost whenever throughout spring and fall; however, early spring is preferable. These plants appreciate light shade yet will likewise flourish in bright areas. Sweet violets, pansies, garden pansies, and johnny-jump-ups are just a few of the names given to these plants.
Best time to Harvest: Late winter and early spring
Sun exposure: Indirect sunlight
Soil: loose and well-drained soil
Zone: 3 - 9
Height at maturity: 6 to 12 inches tall
Ship as: bare root
Violets are lovely indoor plants. They're pretty small so that they can squeeze into the tiniest rooms and pots. They need a minimal amount of care and are happier if they aren't given too much water. They serve as perfect plants for gardeners who are just developing the hobby of gardening.