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“Violets”

 

Description from Cathy H Chocolate Chick: The violet is our state flower (Illinois) and it is just beginning to bloom. Very small delicate flowers, lovely, but they can be invasive!

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  1. DOG Chick aka Angela
    DOG Chick aka Angela says:

    Hmmmmm! Luscious!

  2. J Yee smart chick
    J Yee smart chick says:

    Cathy H,

    what a beautiful Pick, violets are one of my favorite flowers even though they’re pretty particular about how they’re watered – I’ve had african violets, are they different from “regular” violets?

    joyce

  3. Cathy H Chocolate Chick
    Cathy H Chocolate Chick says:

    Our violets grow outside and bloom in the spring – sort of like a wild flower, or, some would say, a weed. They are very small and grow close to the ground. I’ll have to find a picture and post it. I have had African violets too – these don’t have the fuzzy leaves. Thanks for the compliment Smart Chick!

  4. Cathy H Chocolate Chick
    Cathy H Chocolate Chick says:

    Joyce, here is a link to see the state flower of Illinois http://www.netstate.com/states.....violet.htm

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    Mary S - Sweet Chick says:

    Cathy, You’re not kidding about those pesky violets being invasive. They got started in my heirloom mum garden and nearly smothered them. I’ve been painstakingly pulling them up for 3 years now. They come up by the HUNDREDS and have very stubborn roots. I think the seeds live for years!
    In the right place though, they are VERY beautiful when in bloom. I have them in my woodland garden mixed with other wild flowers. Lovely.

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