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White Violet / Bijela Ljubičica

Viola alba


Viola species typically have heart-shaped, scalloped leaves.The flowers are formed from five petals; four are upswept or fan-shaped petals with two per side, and there is one broad, lobed lower petal pointing downward.Viola flowers are most often spring blooming with chasmogamous flowers with well-developed petals pollinated by insects.

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injica 12 years ago

when you have purple and light purple one the conditions on the outside are dictating the color, but here is not so. it is not a lack of some ground elements or nor a inadequate position but the real mutation that occurred.I'm sure you saw some others really rare things apart from this one ;)

keithp2012 12 years ago

Cool, I have plenty of wild violets by me but I never was lucky to find one all white.

injica 12 years ago

Is not it is a mutation

keithp2012 12 years ago

Usually these are purple or purple/white unless this is a different species.

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Zagreb, Croatia

Spotted on Mar 20, 2012
Submitted on Mar 20, 2012

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