The flowers are two-lipped, with the upper lip consisting of four lobes and the lower lip two lobes. The cultivar 'Innocence', a low-growing bushy perennial with white flowers, has gained the Royal Horticultural Society's Award of Garden Merit. The cultivar shown here is 'Sunsatia Banana', which is a popular ornamental hybrid.
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Such a tiny pretty flower. We grow them for bedding plants. Groetjes HettyReplyDelete
I have seen yellow violets before but for the moment I can´t remember where :(ReplyDelete
Beautiful! They remind me somewhat of orchids:)ReplyDelete
I really like the yellow flower and to me it also looks like a small orchid. Really want to see a macro of it also. Lovely.ReplyDelete
Nick, a photogenic beauty. Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
What beautiful flowers. Thank you for hosting this link-up, this is the first time I have participated but I'll be back next Friday!ReplyDelete
Like sunshine in the darkest garden corner, lovely taken Nick. Wish you a great and lovely weekend.ReplyDelete
Beautiful little flowers !!ReplyDelete
Happy Sunday !
I don't have flower photos to share this week, but I welcome you to join my weekly linkup. Photographers from around the world share with us:ReplyDelete