|Scientific Name||Type species||Viola pubescens Aiton|
Viola pubescens var. eriocarpa Nutt.
Viola pubescens var. peckii House
Viola pubescens var. scabriuscula Schwein. ex Torr. & A. Gray
Viola pensylvanica Michx.
Viola eriocarpon (Nutt.) Schwein.
|Origin||Viola pubescens : Downy|
|Foreign language name||【English】Downy Yellow Violet, Smooth Yellow Violet|
|Stalk Form||A flower scape is extended from a stalk, and a flower blooms from each scape.|
|Habitat||It grows wild on the opened forest with a slight strong drying of the sunlight. Other document explains that it grows in boggy woodlands.|
|Japan overseas||Distributed from the eastern part of North America.|
|Color||Petal is yellow with some brownish-black striping. The spur is small.|
|Season||It begins to bloom from early spring, and flowering season is long.|
|Leaf||Shape||Wide heart form. The tip is sharp lightly.|
|Color||Both sides are bright green.|
|Others||Several leaves are in the upper part of the stem.|
|Others||Fruit is a white-wooly capsule filled with fairly large seeds that are dispersed by ants.|
|Characteristics of roots|
|Others||Downy Yellow Violet.|