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Viola CELESTIAL™ Starry Night

Viola = ‘Lord Primrose’

Viola x hybrida Celestial™ Starry Night was selected for cold hardiness, habit, floriferous quality, and unique colors. Unique for their heat tolerance, in the Midwest they will bloom through the summer. In the Southeast, they will quit blooming but foliage thrives and they rebloom in the fall.

Origin: Australia

Description / Plant Notes:

  • USDA Zone 5-8 (-20°F or -28°C)
  • Cold hardy
  • Mounding habit
  • Delicately fragrant flowers

Patent Status: PP 18,253

PK Sheet
USDA Zone: 5 - 8
Height: 6 to 8-inches
15 to 20-centimeters
Spread: 10 to 14-inches
25 to 36-centimeters
Seasons: Early Spring, Spring, Late Spring, Early Summer, Summer, Autumn
Flower Colors: Lavender and Yellow bicolor
Foliage Colors: Green
Light Levels: Full-Sun, Partial-Sun
Growth Habit: Compact-rounded
Usage: Borders, Container Gardens, Containers, Garden border, Mass landscape planting, Pots
Patent Status: PP 18,253
Origin: Australia

Grower Culture

General:
 
Media: Well-draining media
 
Crop Timing from Rooted Liners:
 
4-inch: 4 to 6-weeks with 1 ppp
1-gallon: 6 to 8-weeks with 1 ppp
Other Varieties
in the Collection:
Viola CELESTIAL™ Blue Moon
Viola CELESTIAL™ Northern Lights
Viola CELESTIAL™ Twilight