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Viola sororia
Woolly Blue Violet

The initial clump growth habit of violets may becoming moderately invasive into surrounding areas of perennial beds or lawns with time. Meadow Violet, common to urban areas and also found abundantly in moist fields or open woodlands, has purple flowers.


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