Botanical Name: Viola cornuta White Perfection
Common Name: Horned Pansy White Perfection
Category: Hardy Perennial
Seed Count: 100
Viola cornuta White Perfection, Horned Pansy White Perfection: Hardy evergreen, perennial viola with pure white faces each with purple painted strokes surrounding a tiny yellow center. Ever blooming through all the seasons and only have a spell when cut back. Tolerates both full sun and part shade and stands reasonable periods of dry. Frost hardy . This lovely low growing perennial is ideal for planting under roses and the front of a perennial border. Makes a great pot specimen. 20cm H x 30cm W.
Spring sow for flowers the same year. Autumn sow for flowers the following year. Autumn sow under glass. Fill a pot with 90% compost 10% sand. Sow 2mm deep and cover lightly with soil. Ideal temp. 22°C. If seed germinates straight away transplant otherwise seed will be dormant but ready to germinate the following spring. Spring sowing as above, if seeds have not germinated in 2-4 weeks cold stratify. Move to 4°C. for 6-8 weeks then return to warmth at 10°C. When seedlings have 2 true leaves transplant to 8cm pots. Grow on for a year before finally planting out with 50cm spacing.