Angel Tiger Eye Hardy Violet - 25 Seeds - Viola - New Color
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VIOLA: The viola plant belongs to the violet family. The viola is most generally a blue-violet color or may be cream colored. When in bloom, the viola plant will almost overpower the color of its leaves and stems, giving the appearance of sea of violet-colored flowers blowing in the breeze. Viola also has a delicate scent.
Angel Tiger Eye: Early to bloom and just right for overwintering!
Dozens of spidery black "veins" give this Viola an eye-catching appeal!
So much beauty in such a neat little package! Angel Tiger Eye is just 4 to 6 inches high and wide, yet it will catch your eye from across the garden when its neat golden blooms with their dramatic spiderweb of black burst forth! Ideal for overwintering, Angel Tiger Eye is the Viola you MUST grow for quick, beautiful coverage!
Ready to bloom just 8 weeks after sowing, this petite plant sets a good number of rich golden-yellow blooms scored with dozens of inky black veins. The flowers are 1 to 1 inches wide, and they bloom several weeks before all other Violas. You'll get a longer and even more lovely season of color with this rough-and-ready variety. Angel Tiger Eye is simply the best Viola for overwintering, so plan on continuing the show into spring. The neat, uniform plants look tidy in containers and make a fine edging or small-space planting. They grow 4"-6" high and 4"-6" wide. You can't go wrong with these bold, cheery faces! Sow Viola seeds in darkness at a temperature of about 65 to 70 degrees F. They germinate in 1 to 2 weeks and like to be grown at 50 degrees F.