Viola adunca

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Scientific Name Viola adunca var. adunca USDA PLANTS Symbol
VIADA
Common Name Blue Violet, Hook-spur Violet ITIS Taxonomic Serial No.
22033
Family Violaceae (Violet) Montana Plantlife
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Description Life zones and habitat: Montane to alpine.
Plant: Low-growing perennial 2 inches or more tall, stemless.
Leaves: Basal leaves with short hairs, petiolate, oval to heart shaped, and finely-toothed edges.
Inflorescence: Blue to purple flowers, less than 1 inch across, prominent spur on back.
References: Various.
Colorado Status
Native
Scientific Name Viola adunca var. bellidifolia USDA PLANTS Symbol
VIADB
Common Name Blue Violet, Hook-spur Violet ITIS Taxonomic Serial No.
541699
Family Violaceae (Violet) Montana Plantlife
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Description Life zones and habitat: Subalpine to alpine.
Plant: Low-growing perennial less than 2 inches tall, stemless.
Leaves: Smooth, hairless basal leaves with petioles, oval to heart shaped, finely toothed edges.
Inflorescence: Flowers less than 1 inch across, blue to purple petals with white bases, prominent spur on back.
References: Various.
Colorado Status
Native


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