This beautiful evergreen species violet is noteworthy for its winter hardiness and heat tolerance. It produces an abundance of lightly fragrant, bright sunshine-yellow flowers, blushed mauve and orange, from early spring to late fall. Plants first form a compact and rounded 6”H x 10”W clump of green leaves then bursts into bloom in spring. With a little variation in each large 2” flower, this is one of the loveliest violas you'll ever grow. Cornuta varieties are known for their tenacity and ability to slowly colonize a bed so give it a bit of room to spread out. It looks great in a woodland bed, where its colorful flowers really pop. It makes an eye-catching low border and adds joy to a mixed container. Given it's adaptability to sun or part shade and to both heat and cold, this viola is a wonderful all season performer. Trim back in summer for fall blooming. Attracts bees. Deer resistant!