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This exquisite little clump-forming mauve violet is native to England, specifically Teesdale in County Durham.  This violet is new to the nursery, and has been blooming for a while now and is said to often rebloom.  It is not a scented violet, but one this pretty really doesn't need any bells or whistles.  It has the same requirements as other violets - moist but well-drained soil. sun in winter and shade in summer.  Zones 6-9.

Viola rupestris "Rosea" (Teesdale)

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