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Image of Viburnum sargentii photo by: Gary Ladman, Classic Viburnums

Gary Ladman, Classic Viburnums

(Sargent's Viburnum)

A magnificent rounded shrub with lacecap white flowers, red fruits and bright fall leaf coloring, Sargent's viburnum is a grand plant for regions that lack hot summers. A deciduous shrub with shiny tan bark, this species is native to northeastern Asia.

The foliage emerges before flowering occurs. Each leaf is leathery and medium green (lightly bronzed when emerging), looking like a maple leaf with the three lobes and occasional small teeth. In late spring, branches carry flat clusters of lacecap...

Image of Viburnum sargentii

Jesse Saylor

(Onondaga Viburnum, Sargent's Viburnum)

A magnificent rounded shrub with lacecap white flowers, red fruits and bright fall leaf coloring, Onondaga Sargent's viburnum is a grand plant for regions that lack hot summers. A deciduous shrub with shiny tan bark, this species is native to northeastern Asia.

The foliage emerges before flowering occurs. Each leaf is leathery and medium green (deep red when emerging), looking like a maple leaf with the three lobes and occasional small teeth. In late spring, branches carry flat clusters of lacecap...

Image of Viburnum sargentii f. flavum photo by: Jesse Saylor

Jesse Saylor

(Yellow-berried Sargent's Viburnum)

A magnificent rounded shrub with lacecap white flowers, yellow fruits and bright fall leaf coloring, yellow-berried Sargent's viburnum is a grand plant for regions that lack hot summers. A deciduous shrub with shiny tan bark, this species is native to northeastern Asia.

The foliage emerges before flowering occurs. Each leaf is leathery and medium green (lightly bronzed when emerging), looking like a maple leaf with the three lobes and occasional small teeth. In late spring, branches carry flat...

Image of Vicia caroliniana photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Carolina Vetch, Pale Vetch)

The delicate Carolina or wood vetch is a North American wildflower that extends from Ontario, Canada down to the southern United States. Its small, fine vetch flowers are borne on stalked clusters and come in shades of white and purple-pink. Flowering occurs from late-spring to midsummer. The rambling plants have fine compound leaves with tendrils at the leaf tips, which allow them to cling to grasses and other plant life in moist open woods and thickets. It self-sows non-aggressively by seeds produced...

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Mark A. Miller

(Helen Mount Viola, Tricolor Violet)

A relatively large-flowered version of the beloved Johnny jump-up, this Viola tricolor hybrid is a small short-lived herbaceous perennial sometimes used as an annual. Each tri-colored bloom has two erect purple petals, two horizontal yellow and white petals, and one broad down-pointing yellow petal. Purple streaks radiate from the flower's center. The edible flowers are singly borne on short stems above clumps of semi-evergreen oval leaves. Plants bloom year-round as long as weather is mild....

Image of Viola sororia photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Common Blue Violet)

The purple flowers of this weedy violet are a common spring sight in lawns, gardens, and waysides of eastern North America.

The shiny, dark green, heart-shaped leaves of this hardy, low-growing perennial arise from thick, underground, vigorously spreading rhizomes. The leaves have round-toothed margins and are creased with conspicuous veins. The violet-purple, white-eyed flowers have two erect and three down-pointing petals. White-flowered, blue-eyed forms of this violet often occur. Later in...

Image of Viola sororia

Jesse Saylor

(Common Blue Violet, Freckles Violet)

The purple flowers of Viola sororia are a common spring sight in lawns, gardens, and waysides of eastern North America. Its cultivar 'Freckles' has white blooms flecked all over with purple.

The shiny, dark green, heart-shaped leaves of this hardy, low-growing perennial arise from thick, underground, spreading rhizomes. The leaves have round-toothed margins and are creased with conspicuous veins. The flowers have two erect and three down-pointing petals. Later in the season, plants bear...

Image of Viola sororia f. priceana photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Confederate Violet)

The flowers of Viola sororia are a common spring sight in lawns, gardens, and waysides of eastern North America. The variety priceanahas pale blue-gray blooms with violet veins.

The shiny, dark green, heart-shaped leaves of this hardy, low-growing perennial arise from thick, underground, spreading rhizomes. The leaves have round-toothed margins and are creased with conspicuous veins. The flowers have two erect and three down-pointing petals. Later in the season, plants bear...

Image of Viola tricolor photo by: Felder Rushing

Felder Rushing

(Johnny Jump Up, Tricolor Pansy)

Sweet, delightful Johnny-jump-ups are annuals or short-lived perennials native to Europe and Asia, but naturalized in many areas. The low-growing, creeping, self-seeding plants have oval to lance-shaped leaves with toothed or scalloped margins and heart-shaped bases. The self-fertile, “face” flowers are small, multi-colored with dark upper petals and variously colored and usually striped lower petals. Flowers in colors of purple, lavender, yellow and white appear spring to fall. There are many cultivars...

Image of Vitis labrusca photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Fox Grape)

Best known for its delicious fruit, fox grape is a hardy, deciduous, woody vine native to eastern North America. It is primarily grown for its edible grapes but also has attractive lobed leaves of rich green that turn burnished shades of orange and gold in fall. In early to midsummer it produces inconspicuous fragrant flowers followed by clusters of grapes that ripen in mid-autumn. These may be red, green or dark purple to black and are suitable for eating, juicing, jellies, and wine. There are many...