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  • Viola sororia - Wikipedia

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Viola_sororia

    Viola sororia, known commonly as the common blue violet, is a short-stemmed herbaceous perennial plant that is native to eastern North America.

  • Wood Violet

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    Wood Violet is an eco friendly floral design studio in Milwaukee, WI using locally grown flowers, picked at the peak of their freshness and designed to highlight the ...

  • Viola (plant) - Wikipedia

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    Viola arvensis field pansy; Viola banksii Australian native violet, ivy-leaved violet; Viola biflora yellow wood violet, twoflower violet; Viola canina

  • Wisconsin State Flower - Wood Violet - ProFlowers Blog

    https://www.proflowers.com/blog/wisconsin-state-flower-wood-violet

    Learn the interesting history of the Wood Violet and how it came to be Wisconsin's official state flower. Also read fun facts, and trivia about the flower.

  • wood violet - eekwi.org

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    The Wood Violet Wisconsin State Flower. State flowers were first nominated in 1908. When the official tally was taken on Arbor Day 1909, school children selected the ...

  • Violets | The Flower Expert - Flowers Encyclopedia

    https://www.theflowerexpert.com/.../morepopularflowers/violets

    Facts on African Violet flowers, including biology of the Violet Plant, growing, care and tips with pictures and recommended Violets flower bouquets, and arrangements ...

  • The Wood Violet (1912) - IMDb

    https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0002587

    Directed by Ralph Ince. With Anita Stewart, E.K. Lincoln, L. Rogers Lytton. The birds, the trees and all nature, bring peace and joy to the heart of Olympia, a child ...

  • Wisconsin State Flower | Wood Violet

    https://statesymbolsusa.org/wisconsin/flower/wood-violet

    Wisconsin designated the diminutive and delicate wood violet as the official state flower in 1909; chosen by Wisconsin's school children in 1908.

  • Can Wood Violets Grow From Seeds? | Home Guides | SF Gate

    https://homeguides.sfgate.com/can-wood-violets-grow-seeds-69284.html

    The wood violet (Viola sororia) is one of those plants that only looks dainty. You can find it thriving in fields, woods, meadows, alongside roads and railroad tracks.

  • Wisconsin State Flower - Wood Violet by USA Facts for Kids

    https://usa-facts-for-kids.com/wisconsin-state-flower

    Wisconsin State Flower - Wood Violet. USA Facts for Kids shares Wood Violet facts, botanical name, photographs, state flower coloring pages.

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