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Ball® Horticultural Company

(Hybrid Horned Violet, Viola)

A delicately colored hybrid horned violet, 'Skippy Beacon Yellow' bears lots of palest yellow and ivory flowers. In the South this selection reliably survives as a short-lived perennial, but elsewhere it is typically planted as an annual.

The high-performing, small-flowered, hybrid violas in the Skippy Series are notably weather resistant--showing a good tolerance of both high heat and winter cold. Still, each heavy flowering, compact plant performs best when growing conditions are cool and...

(Hybrid Horned Violet, Viola)

Deepest rose flowers grace the hybrid horned violet 'Skippy Carmine Rose' through much of the season. In the South this selection reliably survives as a short-lived perennial, but elsewhere it is typically planted as an annual.

The high-performing, small-flowered, hybrid violas in the Skippy Series are notably weather resistant--showing a good tolerance of both high heat and winter cold. Still, each heavy flowering, compact plant performs best when growing conditions are cool and mild. Flower...

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Ball® Horticultural Company

(Hybrid Horned Violet, Viola)

A delicately colored hybrid horned violet, 'Skippy Icebird' bears lots of palest ice blue flowers with pale yellow and blue lower lips. In the South it reliably survives as a short-lived perennial, but elsewhere it is typically planted as an annual.

The high-performing, small-flowered, hybrid violas in the Skippy Series are notably weather resistant--showing a good tolerance of both high heat and winter cold. Still, each heavy flowering, compact plant performs best when growing conditions...

(Hybrid Horned Violet, Viola)

Soft lavender flowers grace the hybrid horned violet 'Skippy Lavender' through much of the season. In the South this selection reliably survives as a short-lived perennial, but elsewhere it is typically planted as an annual.

The high-performing, small-flowered, hybrid violas in the Skippy Series are notably weather resistant--showing a good tolerance of both high heat and winter cold. Still, each heavy flowering, compact plant performs best when growing conditions are cool and mild. Flower...

Vibrant pure orange flowers grace the hybrid horned violet 'Skippy Orange' through much of the season. In the South this selection reliably survives as a short-lived perennial, but elsewhere it is typically planted as an annual.

The high-performing, small-flowered, hybrid violas in the Skippy Series are notably weather resistant--showing a good tolerance of both high heat and winter cold. Still, each heavy flowering, compact plant performs best when growing conditions are cool and mild. Flower...

(Hybrid Horned Violet, Viola)

Rich deep purple flowers grace the hybrid horned violet 'Skippy Purple' through much of the season. In the South this selection reliably survives as a short-lived perennial, but elsewhere it is typically planted as an annual.

The high-performing, small-flowered, hybrid violas in the Skippy Series are notably weather resistant--showing a good tolerance of both high heat and winter cold. Still, each heavy flowering, compact plant performs best when growing conditions are cool and mild. Flower...

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All-America Selections

(Hybrid Horned Violet, Viola)

A distinctive hybrid horned violet, 'Skippy XL Plum Gold' bears lots of dusty plum blooms accentuated by yellow eyes. This high-performing bedding plant was an AAS Cool Season Bedding Plant Award Winner in 2008. In the South it reliably survives as a short-lived perennial but elsewhere it is typically planted as an annual.

The high-performing hybrid violas in the Skippy XL Series have larger flowers than those in the standard Skippy Series. Plants are notably weather resistant--showing a good...

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All-America Selections

(Hybrid Horned Violet, Viola)

A distinctive hybrid horned violet, 'Skippy XL Red-Gold' bears lots of deep reddish blooms accentuated by yellow eyes. In the South it reliably survives as a short-lived perennial but elsewhere it is typically planted as an annual.

The high-performing hybrid violas in the Skippy XL Series have larger flowers than those in the standard Skippy Series. Plants are notably weather resistant--showing a good tolerance of both high heat and winter cold. Still, each heavy flowering, compact plant...

Image of Viola (GEM SERIES) photo by: Takii Seed

Takii Seed

(Viola)

The high-performing, compact hybrid violas in the Gem Series are notably cold tolerant and resilient to heat, but overall they perform best where growing conditions are cool and mild. Flower colors come in a wide range of hues, from blues and purples to oranges, red and yellows. The Fleuroselect award-winning plants were developed by Takii Seed. They will survive as short-lived perennials but are most commonly grown as annuals.

The small plants forms neat tufted clumps of foliage. The small...

Image of Viola (SKIPPY SERIES) photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Hybrid Horned Violet, Viola)

The high-performing, small-flowered, hybrid violas in the Skippy Series are notably weather resistant--showing a good tolerance of both high heat and winter cold. Still, each heavy flowering, compact plant performs best when growing conditions are cool and mild. Flower colors come in a wide range of hues from blues and purples to oranges, red and yellows. The plants were developed by PanAmerican Seed. They will survive as short-lived perennials but are most commonly grown as annuals.

The small...