Viola affinis – Sand Violet

1 May 2019 Botany Bill Journal

Viola affinis or Sand Violet is an acaulescent violet found in the eastern part of North America from Quebec and Ontario in the south and Florida to Texas in the south. (Acaulescent means the flower rises from a non-leafy stem.) On the Patuxent Research Refuge, it is seen in wet sandy areas usually near seepages.

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