Viola sororia -f- albiflora
is a pure white form of Viola sororia.
Aside from the lower / spru petal's striations
there is not hint of blue color in this form.
A blue center blush on the side and top petals
indicates -f- priceana (Confederate Violet).
The blosoms of Viola sororia -f- albiflora
tend to be as much as 25% larger than those
of common blud Viola sororia. NOTE: The
leaves showing in the foreground of the flower
photo are not those of the violet. Those in
the background are.
This form is an excellent long blooming and showy variety for
the wildflower garden. It has long stems and a compact, slowy spreading habit.