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Viola odorata ‘Marie Louise’   

This is the largest and hardiest of the Parma violets. Parma violets have double blossoms and have the most intensely sweet fragrance. Named for Napoleon’s second wife, it is a deep lavender. 

    Common Name:Viola
    Hardiness Zones:6-8
    Deer Resistant:No
Growing Tips: Plant in moist, well drained soil that is high in organic matter.

About Viola: The many uses for Violas include naturalizing, edging, in rock & alpine gardens or in your perennial border. The pansy, which looks similar is actually a type of annual viola. Butterflies love to flutter about violas finding them a ready source for food.