|Scientific Name||Viola elatior Fr., 1828|
|Synonyms||Viola erecta、Viola montana L.|
|Common Name||【English】Tall violet、Tall Woodland Violet, Tree violet, 【Chinese】高堇菜|
|Stalk Form||A flower scape is extended from a stalk, and a flower blooms from each scape.|
|Habitat||Sunny marsh meadows, moist woodland, and rocky water edges.|
|Distribution||Central and Eastern Europe, from Northern Italy and France east to Siberia and Northwest China.|
|Flower||Shape||Large size. Flower figure is flat with a white hair on the side valve.|
|Color||This Violet makes elegant sky blue to mauve flowers with a white center above long.|
|misc.||The flowering season is late (Late Spring to Early Summer).|
|Leaf||Shape||The leaves are elongated lanceolate (35-60 x 12-22mm).
Root leaves are heart-shaped.
|Color||Both surfaces are dark green.|
|misc.||Large and no sawtooth stipules. Fine hair has grown.|
|Others||It may reach 8-24 inches tall.|
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