Looks lovely grouped in rock gardens or native plant gardens; great as a ground cover.

Height: 6 inches or so

Blooms: spring, lilac and purple

Conditions: well-drained soils in full sun or some shade

Why the name? Its divided leaves somewhat resemble a bird's foot.

Photo: Joshua Mayer, https://images.app.goo.gl/43WoA521hsgXYdRX9

Bird's Foot Violet

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