Approximately 400 species of violets are found around the
world, mostly in cooler climates. The Australian violet is native to eastern Australia into Malaysia. It is
a small evergreen creeper that will form mats in a moist, shady site. Its white
and purple flowers are produced over a long period during the growing season.
Several native violet species make attractive plants in the garden,
See this plants on the west side of building 9.
Spreading herbaceous plant to about six inches tall.
Light: part shade to shade
Water: moist, not drought tolerant
In a moist, shady spot, this groundcover spreads rapidly.
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