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Veilchen werden oft als empfindliche Pflanzen betrachtet, aber Wildarten können zu Unkraut werden. Einmal auf dem Rasen sind sie besonders schwer loszuwerden. Sie sind nützlich in Steingärten und in schattigen Bereichen. Sie mögen kühle, feuchte Bedingungen und passen sich verschiedenen feuchten Böden an.

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Viola odorata - Garden Violet Das Gartenveilchen hat duftende Blüten und verschiedene Sorten. Die Pflanze wächst am besten in kühlen feuchten Bedingungen und im Halbschatten. Die Teilung kann im Frühjahr erfolgen, oder die Pflanzen können durch Versätze vermehrt werden.

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FAQ - 💬

❓ What's the difference between violets and violas?

👉 While violets can mean the whole family of Violaceae, violets often refer to a much smaller flower native to the area used in woodland gardens. Is a Viola a Violet? Violas are part of the violet family, Violaceae. The genus Viola consists of more than 600 plants in the violet family.

❓ What do violas symbolize?

👉 In the language of flowers, Viola is a symbol of innocence, modesty, and decency by the allusion of its little corolla, which seems to hesitate to leave its casket of leaves. Blue, its main color, shows fidelity. The white of the flower evokes happiness and expresses a first love or an emerging love.

❓ Are violets poisonous?

👉 The edible violet plant can be used to make syrups, brew teas, and in baked desserts. Flowers can be added to salads and soups as garnish. Moderation is important, as this plant does contain a compound called saponin, so eating violet flowers and leaves in excess may cause digestive issues.

❓ Are violets and pansies the same?

👉 All pansies are violas, but not all violas are pansies. All members of the genus Viola have five-petaled flowers, but their arrangement differs slightly. The True Violets have two petals pointing up and three downward, while the True Pansies have four petals pointing upward and one down.

❓ Do violas come back every year?

👉 flowering period, delightful blooms and lovely scent, plus they will grow back year after year.

❓ Do you have to replant pansies every year?

👉 The short, quick answer is, yes. Because they have little freeze tolerance, most will die in sustained winters. In areas with moderate temperatures, they may come again in spring, especially if they were mulched to protect the roots.

❓ What do violets symbolize LGBT?

👉 Violets have been associated with lesbian love since the 6th century, thanks to the work of the greek poet Saphho, from the isle of Lesbos. Much of her poetry centered around the relationships and love between women, who she often described as wearing garlands of the flowers and other plants.

❓ Do violas grow back every year?

👉 flowering period, delightful blooms and lovely scent, plus they will grow back year after year.

❓ Are wild violets safe to eat?

👉 Harvesting wild violet Leaves are edible but because the leaves are easily confused with other non-edible plants it is important to stick with the sure bet if you are unfamiliar with violets and their look-alikes. Violet flowers can be used to garnish salads or flavor vinegar and syrup.

❓ Is an African violet poisonous to pets?

👉 By the way, African violets are non-toxic to curious cats, dogs, and horses, according to the ASPCA Toxic and Non-Toxic Plants page.

❓ Do violas like sun or shade?

👉 Light: Violas are tolerant of most conditions, yet will thrive in full sun or part shade especially during the spring, yet will easily fade in full sun during summer heat, and best to transplant into dappled shade. Soil: Moist, nutrient-rich soil that is well drained and supplemented with compost.

❓ What is the difference between viola and Violet?

👉 The terms viola and violet are normally reserved for small-flowered annuals or perennials, including the wild species. Annual or perennial caulescent or acaulescent (with or without a visible plant stem above the ground) herbs, shrubs or very rarely treelets. In acaulescent taxa the foliage and flowers appear to rise from the ground.

❓ What is the genus name of a viola?

👉 Viola is a genus of over 500 species in the family Violaceae. They can be found all over the world, but most of them are in the temperate areas of the Northern Hemisphere. Violas are one of the most popular flowers, well known for their charming fragrant blooms and heart shaped leaves.

❓ What does viola mean in English?

👉 Violas are one of the most popular flowers, well known for their charming fragrant blooms and heart shaped leaves. They are suitable for the front of borders and beds, as well as in containers. The common name “Violet” is derived from the Latin “viola”, which means “violet flower” or “violet color”.

❓ What is the scientific name for a violet?

👉 "Violets (Genus Viola)". iNaturalist. National Geographic Society. Retrieved 2 March 2020. includes maps

Autor Des Artikels: Alexander Schulz. Unabhängiger Konstrukteur und technischer Experte. Arbeitserfahrung in der Baubranche seit 1980. Fachkompetenz in den Richtungen: Bau, Architektur, Design, Hausbau.

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