The latest to find their way home with me. It was all I could do to just stop at 5 since there were so many pretty choices.
'Sorbet Baby Face Orchid'
'Sorbet Antique Mix' has the tiniest flowers I've seen on a Viola before.
'Penny Mickey' is the largest flowered Viola I found.
'Sorbet Coconut Swirl' I think might be my favorite, not sure if it's the color or the name because it makes me hungry.
'Sorbet Lemon Chiffon' is such a sunny color.
I planted these several months ago and they have really filled in. The color is so pretty, it almost glows.
Wish I could remember their name.
While at the local big box store today I saw another pretty display of Violas, and while I did stand and look at them, I made myself resist them until I get the rest planted.
Every spring I'm drawn to Violas, but they are usually hard to find. It seems this year there is a much bigger choice, at least the places I've seen them. They should overwinter fine here and hopefully even reseed. Maybe the Violas are finally giving Pansies a run for their money in the popularity department? I hope so, I love their sweet little faces.All words and photos in this post are property of A Gardener in Progress.