Viola pubescens, often called Downy yellow violet, is a plant species of the genus Viola. It is found in dry mixed and deciduous woodland areas of the United States and Canada; from Minnesota and Ontario to Nova Scotia, South to Virginia. It grows 6 to 10 inches tall and is a stemmed viola with stems that have leaves, it blooms from April through May.
Media related to Viola pubescens at Wikimedia Commons
- USDA Plants Profile: Viola pubescens
- Viola pubescens Photos, drawings, description from Nature Manitoba
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