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Growing Viola

Similar to pansy but with no dark zones in the centre.

Perennial. Height 15cm. Space 20cm. Sow under glass May-July in trays and cover with glass or polythene to retain moisture. When large enough to handle, prick out into pots and grow on. Harden off, then plant in final position in late summer, to flower the following year.

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