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We dig fresh our plants and ship immediately. We ship US Mail, Priority shipping. You will receive a tracking number once your plants ship. All plants will be fine in their packages for up to 3 days after receiving.
We sell only bare root plants. We dip the roots in tera-sorb silicone gel to retain ample moisture for transit and surround with plastic. This is superior protection for plants in transit for up to 12 days.
Open your plants and inspect the same day received. We offer 3 days to report any problems with your order. Bare root plants need to be planted within 2-3 days of receiving unless weather-related problems prohibit planting. Store in a cool place and keep roots moist and covered with plastic until they can be planted. Water for the first week daily after planting.
These zones include states along the country's northern border, such as Montana and North Dakota. The zones also include states located in the country's center, including Colorado and Missouri.
Bloom Season - Although our Bird's Foot Violet plants typically grow in the spring months, they can also be seen blooming in early fall. However, the brightest blooms are seen in March and April, with brighter colors seen in areas with more rain.
Bloom Color - Blooms on the plant can be different colors, but most are in shades of blue and purple. The top portion of the petals is usually a darker shade than what is seen on the bottom, with many lower areas being light blue or white. With few leaves on the plant, other colors typically seen are the brown shades of the stems.
Height at Maturity - The Bird's Foot Violet is a small plant. Our flowers usually grow close to three inches in height when they reach maturity. They tend to spread along the ground instead of growing vertically.
Soil Type Preferred- The plant prefers dry or sandy soil. Getting the plant started can sometimes be challenging because it grows better in dry conditions. However, once the roots spread in the soil, the plant grows rather quickly.
Sun or Shade - The plant enjoys growing in full sunshine instead of shady areas.
It can also grow in clumps instead of sparsely on the ground. Blooms on the plant are broad and are usually shades of purple and blue.
Conditions That Enhance the Flourishing and Development of Bird's Foot Violet
Bird's Foot Violet is low, clumped perennial flowering plant that is 4 to 10 inches high. This plant is Scientifically known as Viola pedata. Bird's Foot Violet is also known as Mountain Pansy due to its pansy-sized flowers. This plant is resistant to deer, drought, dry soil, and rocky soil.
Certain factors favor the growth of Viola pedata; These factors include hardy planting zones, blooming season, maturity heights, and preferred soil types. Below is an amplification of the aspects mentioned above.
Hardy Planting Zones
Climatic zones influence the most suitable time to plant Bird's Foot Violet seeds. The damp and chilly climate favors the growth of Mountain Pansy. You will mostly find this plant in Coastal Regions, Mountains, and Piedmont.
Viola pedata blossoms in rocky, sandy prairies, pinelands, and open wood; This flowering plant flourishes in planting zones 4a to 8a. Experts advise gardeners to occasionally water this plant to enhance its massive growth.
Viola pedata blooms through March, April, May, and June, respectively. This period refers to mid to late spring, and in some cases, the bloom may happen in the early fall. The leaf blades are somewhat round and are deeply split into 3 to 5 parts, which resemble the bird's feet following its name.
Bird's Foot Violet has a flower blooming color of purple, which continues to fade into a pale lavender toward the fall season. This plant has five stamens with bright orange anthers. Gardeners should propagate this plant from seed and through root cutting. The seeds are evicted from the capsule with a sugary gel that entices ants, who assist in dispersing the seeds.
Mountain Pansy, commonly known as Bird's Foot Violet, is a yearly and short-lived perennial. This flowering plant can flourish up to a mature height of 6 inches to 12 inches tall (15 to 30 cm) and 4 to 8 inches wide.
Surprisingly Viola pedata blossoms in well-drained and acidic soil, rocky or even sandy soil, as long as it does not have excess moisture. These features ensure that it has decreased competition from other plants. Excellent drainage soil is vital—bird's Foot Violet blossoms in soil with a ph. of less than 6.8.
Sun and Shade
The plant should be in partial shade for 2 to 6 hours during the day. Viola pedata requires about 6 hours a day in full sunlight/direct sunlight.
Bird's Foot Violet is named the queen of violets due to its magnificent colorations and the elegantly cleft leaves that look like a bird's foot. You will frequently encounter two-color varieties of this plant. In one type, the five petals are lilac, while in the other, the top two petals are dark blue to violet.
Viola pedata attracts insects like bees and butterflies, which assist in pollination. Maintenance is crucial in attaining a booming Bird's Foot Violet garden. The secret to a successful, long-term Mountain Pansy upkeep process is the assessment and adequate follow-up.