Primrose-leaved Violet Viola primulifolia
Violet family — Violaceae
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There are about a dozen native species of violets in Texas, the majority of them in the eastern half of the state. The primrose-leaved violet is an East Texas spring bloomer most typically found in wet, sandy, acidic soils, including sometimes in roadside ditches.
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Flowering Months: March, April, May
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