Viola pedata
vee-OH-luh  or  vy-OH-luh     peh-DAH-tah  or  ped-AH-tuh

Birdfoot violet - Pansy violet
Native Wild Flower Seeds and Potted Plants

Easyliving Native Perennial Wildflowers
 for Home Landscaping & Prairie Restoration
 john@easywildflowers.com 

 Photo by cj Habitat Bloom Period Color Height Inches Moisture Plant Spacing Lifespan
Viola pedata, Bird's foot Violet potted plant picture Sun to part Shade April, May Purple / Lavender  6 to 8 Dry to Average 8 to 12 Inches Perennial

  Viola pedata Birdfoot violet, Pansy violet flower picture

Viola pedata Bird's Foot violet potted plants are available
$5.00 each plus Boxing/Shipping

email with your zip code and number of plants
for shipping charges and availability on native wildflower potted plants
 Birds foot Violet Viola pedata potted plants.  

For our other native wildflowers visit
Native Wildflower Seed and Potted Plant Price List

to order copy and print order form
or
email questions, comments, and orders to
 john@easywildflowers.com

We accept payment by check or money order & through PayPal

Please contact us for the correct shipping cost on potted plants

Viola pedata seeds
Bird's Foot Violet

approximate
number of seeds

approximate coverage
in square feet

1 packet -  -Out of seed

50

1 ounce - ---------  

1 pound ----------- 

Seed shipping chart at bottom of page

Viola = Whitish-violet coloured
pedata = Foot-like (usually bird's foot)

Viola pedata, Birdfoot Violet, Birds-Foot Violet or Pansy violet, Is a very showy plant with large flowers for the border of your spring garden and is excellent for use in outdoor planters.  Birdfoot Violet grows wild over the Midwest and Eastern US on prairies, glades, savannas, dry open woods, upland slopes or ridges and on dry banks along roadsides.

Birdfoot Violet or Bird's Foot Violet plants are excellent grown in a large container on the deck or in the yard.  The Birdfoot violet flowers in the photo have been growing in a large pot in the yard for several years. 

Viola pedata Birdfoot Violet seeds may be extremely slow to germinate.  Germination of birdsfoot violet seeds may be improved with an overnight soak in GA3 (Gibberellic acid) resulting in germination in approximately 10 days.  Some of my customers also suggest pre-soaking hard to germinate birdfoot violet seeds in a kelp solution for 24 hours before planting.

The map below shows areas with wild populations of native Viola pedata birdfoot violet.  When planted Birds Foot Violet wildflower plants will grow over most of the United States.  Plant in USDA plant hardiness zones 2 to 9.  family Violaceae 

Viola pedata
Birdfoot violet

Alabama
Arkansas
Connecticut
Delaware
Georgia
Illinois
Indiana
Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine
Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi
Missouri
Nebraska
New Hampshire
New Jersey
New York
North Carolina
Ohio
Oklahoma
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island
South Carolina
Tennessee
Texas
Virginia
West Virginia
Wisconsin

State Distributional Map for VIPE

Use the chart below for shipping charges on native wildflower seeds

to order copy and print the order form
or
email questions, comments & orders to
john@easywildflowers.com

email with your zip code and number of plants
for shipping charges and availability on native wildflower potted plants
Viola pedata Birdfoot Violet potted plants

We accept payment by check, money order, and through Paypal

The minimum seed order amount is $10, this can be a combination of different seeds.

 

subtotal for flower seeds 

shipping charge for seeds

seed orders up to  $20.00    =  

 $4.00 shipping

$20.01 - $50.00    =  

 $6.00 shipping

$50.01-$100.00    =  

 $7.50 shipping

over $100.00    =    7.5 % of subtotal

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PO Box  522
Willow Springs,  MO.  65793
USA
Phone 417-469-2611 

We accept payment by check or money order and through PayPal

e-mail questions, comments, and orders to 
 john@easywildflowers.com

Viola pedata, Bird's foot violet plant distribution map complements of USDA, NRCS. 2001. The PLANTS Database, Version 3.1
  (http://plants.usda.gov). National Plant Data Center, Baton Rouge, LA 70874-4490 USA.