Viola spp., Palest Lavender Violet

All white with yellow-green throat sets this viola apart from other white violets.

Violets are known for hybridizing, so finding one that you cannot easily, absolutely identify isn't uncommon. I hesitate to say which violet this palest lavender -almost white, yellow and green viola appears most similar. An all-white Viola sororia is possible, although I expect to see dark purple veins within the throat, not the pale yellow-green-lavender we see here. Yet another reason violets are so interesting

Blooms: pale lavender-white, May into June

Height: 4 to 8 inches

Conditions: pt sun to shade, moist-medium to medium soils