Viola minuscula (Fr: violette pâle | En: northern white violet)
Northern White Violet has small, delicate white flowers with heart-shaped leaves. It typically forms compact clumps and spreads through rhizomes.
An excellent spring flower for wetter or shadier areas.
Height and Spread: Northern White Violet typically grows up to 10-20 centimeters in height, with a spread of about 20-30 centimeters. It forms compact clumps that gradually expand over time.
Habitat: It thrives in moist, shady habitats such as woodlands, meadows, and stream banks.
Flowering Season: Northern White Violet blooms in spring, typically from Early may to June
Sun Requirements: Northern White Violet prefers partial to full shade, thriving in woodland or shaded garden settings. It can tolerate sun exposure with enough moisture