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 Facts About Violas?

Answer The violet, also known by its Latin name of viola, belongs to the Violacae family of flowering plants and originated in the northern part of the globe, according to The Flower Expert. Most violets ... Read More »
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Interesting Facts About Violas?

Violas, pansies and sweet violets are very closely related and all are classified as violas. Sweet violets grew wild in Europe and were later cultivated. Pansies were developed from mountain pansie... Read More »
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Aphids Are on My Violas?

The pansy (Viola x wittrockiana), also called a viola, grows to a height of 4 to 10 inches. Cultivars exist that provide flowers ranging in size from 1 inch to up to 4 inches in diameter. The cheer... Read More »
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Are violas deer resistant?

Violas are not deer resistant. Deer are browsing animals that travel in search of succulent plants to satisfy their nutritional needs. The West Virginia University Extension Service categorizes vio... Read More »
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How to Distinguish Between Violins and Violas?

The violin and viola are similar in a number of ways. They both have the same shape and color, however, if you look closely, you will be able to tell the difference. They look similar, but they sou... Read More »
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