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Viola Sorbet® XP Spring Select Mixture

Viola

This mixture is composed of a wide variety of flowers in hues of yellow, purple, lavender, orange, burgundy, gold, and white. Viola flowers are approximately 2.5 cm in diameter with 5 petals. These are great in sunny garden borders, hanging baskets, and planted containers. Violas like to have a break from the hot afternoon sun. Deadhead regularly for continuous blooming.

  • »  Early-blooming, free-flowering plants remain compact in both heat and cold
  • »  Deadhead for new growth and blooms
  • »  May reseed for the next year

Bedding Plant 6 pack – Plant Container Size Chart
Availability: In Stock
$4.39

Ball Landscape
Attracts Wildlife
Attracts Pollinators
Critter Resistance
Rabbit Resistant
Exposure
Partial Sun
Full Sun
Foliage Color
Green
Habit
Mounding
Season of Interest (Flowering)
Fall
Spring
Soil Moisture
Average Water
Additional Information about Viola 'Spring Select Mixture'

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Grow, ship, sell and plant the best-looking violas for Spring and Autumn Sorbet XP genetics deliver a uniform plant habit and the tightest bloom window.

Plug crop time: 4 weeks
Transplant to finish:Early Spring 6 to 8 weeks, Autumn 4 to 5 weeks

  • Sorbet XP needs fewer PGRs, with superior holdability and less shrink.
  • F1 vigour assures greater germination, earliness and excellent plug and garden performance.
  • Violas are a key pro landscaper item plants cover the soil at flowering, with more blooms on every plant and less stretching.
  • Stays compact in both heat and cold.
  • Excellent excellent overwintering.
  • Well-suited to Spring and Autumn packs and 3.5-in./9-cm pots.

Selected for optimal timing and habit uniformity in Spring.

Growing & Maintenance Tips for Viola 'Spring Select Mixture'

Plant in full to partial sun in early Spring or Autumn for best flowering.
In some climates, violas planted in Autumn will overwinter and rebloom the next Spring. Average fertilization required.
Bloom Time: Early Spring, Spring, Late Spring, Autumn, Winter, Late Summer