Wood violet, Viola sororia, also known as the Common blue violet, Common meadow violet, Hooded violet, or Missouri violet. This beautiful perennial plant grows in meadows and gardens throughout its native range of eastern North America. This wildflower popped up in my New York garden. The flowers are often the violet purple that gives this flower its name, but, as here, these spring and summer flowers can be white with streaks of purple and yellow. The flower symbolizes faith and sweetness.
June 1st, 2022
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