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1 Color
1.1 Color
Blue, White, Yellow
1.1.1 Color Meaning
Blue - Peace and Serenity, White - Purity and Innocence, Yellow - Happiness and Friendship
1.2 Stem Size
0"
1.3 Fragrance
NA
1.4 Petals
1.4.1 Number Of Petals
Sunflower
5
Rank: 5 (Overall)
Lily
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1.5 Other Characteristics
1.5.1 Shape
Heart
1.5.2 Height
Lavender
40.00 cm
Rank: 5 (Overall)
Verbena
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1.5.3 Diameter
Daffodil
1.25 cm
Rank: 14 (Overall)
Iris
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1.6 Line
Not Available
1.7 Silhouette
Not Available
1.8 Blossom Texture
Not Available
1.9 Blossom Size
0"
1.10 Form
Not Available
2 Care
2.1 Growing Conditions of
2.1.1 Sunlight
Part Sun
2.1.2 Watering
Diligently
2.2 Soil
2.2.1 Type of Soil
Well-drained
2.2.2 The pH of Soil
Dandelion
5.80
Rank: 7 (Overall)
Gardenia
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2.2.3 Essential Fertilizers
Nitrogen, Phosphorus, Potassium
2.3 Common Pests and Diseases
2.3.1 List of Pests
Aphids, Japanese beetles, Mealybugs, Spider Mites, Whiteflies
2.3.2 List of Diseases
Bacterial leaf spot or blast, blight, Crown gall rot, Nematodes, Powdery Mildew, Root Rot, Rust
2.4 Bloom Time
Spring Season
2.5 Vase Life
0
3 Interesting Facts
3.1 Facts
3.1.1 History
3.1.2 Origin
Northern Hemisphere
3.2 Interesting Facts of
  • The hair on the leaves of African Violets absorbs water from the air.
  • In 1892, Baron Walter von Saint Paul discovered this plant and thus named after him.
3.3 Lifespan
Biennials - completes its life cycle in two years
3.4 Habit
Herbs
3.5 Flower Meaning
3.6 Astrological Flower
3.7 Birth Month Flower
3.8 Flower Availability
4 Benefits
4.1 Uses
Not Available
4.2 Health Benefits
Good for liver and gallbladder, reduce stomach pain and cramping, Used for indigestion and constipation
4.2.1 Medicinal Uses
Acts as an anti-inflammatory, It has anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties, It has anti-septic properties
4.2.2 Culinary Uses
Added in candies, Used as flavor food in deserts and ice creams, Used in jam, jelly, marmalade, Used in salads, soups and sandwiches, Used in teas
4.3 Other Benefits
4.3.1 Design Uses
4.3.2 Cosmetic Uses
Best for Dry sensitive skin, Best for Healing, Used in Perfumes
4.3.3 Occasional Uses
Anniversary, Decoration
4.4 Allergy
NA
5 Family
5.1 Common Name
5.2 Tribe
5.3 Scientific Name
Viola
5.4 Kingdom
Plantae
5.4.1 Sub kingdom
Tracheobionta
5.5 Super Division
Spermatophyte
5.5.1 Division
Magnoliophyta
5.5.2 Order
Violales
5.6 Class
Magnoliopsida
5.7 Family
Violaceae
5.7.1 Sub Family
NA
5.8 Genus
Not Available
5.9 Number of Species
Not Available
Rank: N/A (Overall)

About Violets

It is always a mesmerizing experience to walk through colorful blossoms in our yard. Flowers are nature's simple solution to uplift our moods after a day’s hectic schedule. Every flower is diverse and unique in its own way. Let's know about Violets and some Interesting Facts about Violets in the upcoming sections. These Violets facts will leave you spellbound.

More about Violets Facts and Color

How about conveying message without words? Know more about Violets facts and color over here! Violets Colors are available in Blue, White, Yellow! Isn't it exciting to imagine Violets in these warm exciting colors? These Flowers by Color convey a different message such as Blue - Peace and Serenity, White - Purity and Innocence, Yellow - Happiness and Friendship. Talking about the aroma of Violets, it has NA fragrance. Choose and plant these aromatic Violetss around your yard which will take you to a whole new level of pleasant environment.

Violets growing conditions

Violets Care starts with proper Violets growing conditions which includes sun exposure, planting, feeding, watering, mulching and deadheading. Its bloom time is Spring Season. The pests that attack Violets are Aphids, Japanese beetles, Mealybugs, Spider Mites, Whiteflies etc. Diligently watering of Violets protects it and enhances its lifespan.

Violets Information

This section talks about Violets information and some of the interesting Violets facts! Violets fossils were found near Northern Hemisphere. To know some more interesting Violets facts, see Birth Flowers and see whose birth flower is Violets.

Violets Classification

The very first thing to consider in Violets facts while studying Violets classification is its scientific name. The scientific names for all flowers are universally accepted. Viola is the scientific name of Violets. Violets belongs to Plantae kingdom and Violaceae family. Violets classification is based on its physical and genetic features.