Category : Edible Flower
viola, (genus Viola), genus includes roughly 500 species of low shrubs or plants in the family Violaceae, including the large-flowered, frequently multicolored violas and pansies and the diminutive, solid-colored violets. Viola species are naturally present around the planet, but they are more common in areas with moderate weather, with the Andes Mountains in South America having the greatest variety. Many are raised for their beautiful flowers. There are both annual and perennial viola species. However, because Viola freely hybridize, it is frequently challenging to distinguish between their species. The flower, which can be any color but is never red, typically grows alone on a stalk and has five petals, four of which are placed in opposite pairs and the fifth of which has a spur. In the case of stemmed violets, the leaves may develop either on the same stalk as the bloom or on distinct stalks (stemless violets). Although the leaves of the most well-known Viola species are heart-shaped, other species' leaves may be fashioned differently. JGBC Is a leading Supplier of
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buy Viola Flowerswith the best price from JGBC , For more information you can visit our website www.jgbcfarms.com The plants typically flourish in wet or damp wooded areas. In the spring, all wild species bloom first, but some farmed kinds bloom later. There are two types of blooms in many species. One kind is spectacular and blooms in the spring, although in some species, it frequently does not produce seeds. Early in the summer, a less noticeable, fertile flower with a closed, self-fertilizing blooms.
- Viola has a long history of usage in medicine. It could be used, for example :
- ● due to its expectorant qualities, can be utilized to treat whooping cough and bronchitis.
- ● Its well-known diuretic effect enables it to aid in the treatment of rheumatism, cystitis, and urinary issues.
- ● Due to its anti-inflammatory and cleansing qualities, it can be applied externally to treat skin problems like eczema.
- ● The nutritional makeup of violas can vary depending on their hue, with white and yellow violas having the largest percentage of proteins and antioxidants, while red violas had the highest concentration of carbs and carotenoids, according to an intriguing scientific study.