Column: Violas bring life to the winter landscape with radiant blooms

11/3/2011 | Kansas City Star (Mo.), The

Violas can invigorate the winter landscape during winter because they produce vibrant blossoms and withstand cold weather, Norman Winter writes. They should be grown in a soil rich with organic matter such as compost or peat to aid root growth. Violas blend well with single-colored snapdragons, dianthus and flowering varieties of kale and cabbage, Winter notes.

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