wood violet

NOUN
  1. common violet of the eastern United States with large pale blue or purple flowers resembling pansies
  2. common European violet that grows in woods and hedgerows
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  • Beneath the trees grow clumps of pale cardamine andwild geranium, fragrant blue phlox, ferny gold corydalis, maroon trilliums, and dainty clumps of wild wood violets. My Garden, part 1 « Sugar Creek Gardens’ Blog
  • Beneath the trees grow clumps of pale cardamine andwild geranium, fragrant blue phlox, ferny gold corydalis, maroon trilliums, and dainty clumps of wild wood violets. My Garden, part 1 « Sugar Creek Gardens’ Blog
  • Beneath the trees grow clumps of pale cardamine andwild geranium, fragrant blue phlox, ferny gold corydalis, maroon trilliums, and dainty clumps of wild wood violets. My Garden, part 1 « Sugar Creek Gardens’ Blog
  • Beneath the trees grow clumps of pale cardamine andwild geranium, fragrant blue phlox, ferny gold corydalis, maroon trilliums, and dainty clumps of wild wood violets. My Garden, part 1 « Sugar Creek Gardens’ Blog
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